I'm hoping this is a good thing, because your hcg with your daughters ran very low in the beginning, right? Are you still bleeding? Has it been light, or heavier? Have you had cramps?
Glad you got it confirmed so the doc can face palm and help you move forward.
I'm soooo glad that you were able to get in soon enough so that they caught it on the blood test, and now they will look into it. I wonder what all they will have to do? I am thinking maybe something like an HSG (I think that's what it is called) where they shoot dye into your uterus and then watch to see how it flows through your tubes.
By the way, I know that you already knew that you were suffering a loss, but I'm sure that having the doctor confirm it kind of made it more real in some way, so I am very, very, very sorry for your loss. I hope that you and your DH are doing okay with everything.
I am very glad you got some answers, and very sorry for your loss.
I'm sure your emotions are all over the place, and I don't blame you one bit! It's soooo much to take in....the possibility of getting pregnant after 3 years of thinking it was impossible, actually getting pregnant, going through a loss. That is a LOT to process in a short amount of time.
When they did my HSG, I had to have it done at a nearby hospital I think because they do some sort of xray or MRI type technology. It was a very quick and easy procedure though. You are fully awake for it, and they don't need to numb you or anything because it doesn't hurt. They said it can cause cramps, but I didn't even have that. They had a screen where I could actually watch, and they just had me strip down and get in a hospital gown, and then they put me up on a table with the imaging thing over my abdomen. They pumped dye into me, and then we just sat there and watched it for a couple of minutes, and then we were done. I think the whole procedure took like 15 minutes tops. Very easy, so if you have to do that, just know that it's no big deal and shouldn't hurt or anything (other than maybe cramps.)
Thanks for the information. That is very interesting. Did your insurance pay for it?
Yes, they did.
Such a rollercoaster. Doctor's office called today. Todays blood test showed I am still pregnant and my numbers doubled. Not sure how this is possible or how it will end up.