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    Quote Originally Posted by laurea View Post
    With my last pregnancy my beta hcg level was 28 i think and i would have been something around 17dpo. I hate how docs worry women so often when there is just as much reason not to think anything is wrong. Levels are low in very early pregnancy, that's normal for how early you are. I wouldn't worry just yet

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    Can anyone else share their levels?

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    my hcg at 17dpo was 1228. I did get a positive test at 9 dpo though so quite early. could be you Od later than you thought or bubs implanted later. everybody is different and has different levels of hormones so the best way to tell is to see how yours are rising and so far they seem great. Good luck, you've got a nice strong bub in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by 79me View Post
    It resolved itself naturally. I did not have any medication or surgery. It was just monitored at the ER at the women's hopsital.
    This I don't get how does an ectopic resolve itself/become a miscarriage? surely it would just continue growing in the tube

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    Sometimes ectopics can miscarry just like any pregnancy.

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    I had a methotrexate shot for my ectopic on 20dec, I was 7 weeks. My numbers weren't doubling but kept rising, today is the first day without bleeding for a month, it is so scary how fragile we are.

    I'm sure you're going to have a healthy bub, but happy to talk if you have questions. Pm me

    Gl hun

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohdear View Post
    This I don't get how does an ectopic resolve itself/become a miscarriage? surely it would just continue growing in the tube


    I am guessing it comes away from the fallopian tube and is expelled out the body like it can do in a miscarry from the uterus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitkat13 View Post
    I had a methotrexate shot for my ectopic on 20dec, I was 7 weeks. My numbers weren't doubling but kept rising, today is the first day without bleeding for a month, it is so scary how fragile we are.

    I'm sure you're going to have a healthy bub, but happy to talk if you have questions. Pm me

    Gl hun
    I am so very sorry
    Did you have any symptoms? And do you know your beta numbers?


 

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