Laurie, mom to:
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Bonita~So sorry. Just lots of hugs.
I hope they did an ultrasound to rule out an ectopic pregnancy. Fingers crossed for you.
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They did not do an ultrasound. I do know an ectopic pg is still a possibility. It is so weird, everything that has happened. first, about a week and a half ago I noticed my breast were leaking (keep in mind my tubes have been tied for three years). I took a pg test and to my utter disbelief, it was faintly positive. I continued to get positive (Very faint) lines. On Sunday I had my darkest test. Then Sunday afternoon I started to cramp and spot. I continued to have what I thought was a miscarriage. Passing clots and everything (sorry TMI). I went to the doctor on Tuesday and had a blood test. That came back as a 6, so I had gotten pg after a tubal. Came back today to discuss what to do next and to retake the blood test just to make sure the levels were back down to zero. They called me a few hours later and said that my levels were back up to 12. I just do not know what to think. I know it not a new pg because we have not DTD since the first positive pg test.
Bonita, like Stacey said I hope you get an ultrasound to see what's going on. (((HUGS)))