Hello I just found out I am pregnant had two miscarriage so I'm a bit scared. I have been having cramps off and on.last night. I went to the er they did a ultra sound .and said its a lil early to see anything at 4weeks..is that true he told me every thing is fine.my hcg level came back at 1400 should I be worried. Need answers.
I fell in the shower around 9 weeka of pregnancy. My OB wanted to make sure everything was okay so she ordered an ultrasound. My HCG levels were perfect, but there was not detectable fetus.
Im 48 missed my monthly that comes faithfully every 28 days and to my surprised I have a bundle of joy that I will for now call My Diamond. I'm excited and want to do all I can to keep healthy and eat right. A little nervous but God and my best friend will get me through my pregnancy. (smile)
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