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    There's been no more bleeding since Tuesday night, and my second beta hcg yesterday was 349 - which means it had more than tripled in 48 hours. So that's good news. I'll book in with my regular doctor now and organise an ultrasound for around seven weeks.
    Thank you everyone for your suggestions and support.

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    Hi all,

    First pregnancy so clueless.

    Got a positive at 5 weeks (deep line) had really violent all day sickness then as soon as I reached 7 weeks my sickness suddenly disappeared also so have my sore swollen boobs. I'm 7+3 today & just took another test- the result is fainter than my 5 week test. Dating scan not for another 8 days. I'm so scared...does this mean I am going to miscarry???

    Any replies would be much appreciated.

    Thank-you x

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    Just an update... went to the emergency room last night as was cramping on left side & lower back, along with sudden disappearance of symptoms I was extremely worried. Had an ultrasound & everything is good...baby measuring at 8 weeks 5 days (not 7weeks & 3 like I thought) & strong heartbeat 156 bpm. Cant wait for official dating scan next week!! Good Luck to all of you xx

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    Sarah - glad you're doing okay. You reminded me that I could update with my own progress.

    I ended up having another bout of bleeding and went to the emergency department. My experience there was pretty awful, but that's a really long story and I won't go into it here. Anyway, the upshot was that I went back the next day for an ultrasound and was told that I'd had a missed miscarriage (and offered to book in for a D & C!). I wasn't confident, as I was fairly sure they were dating from my LMP and not my ovulation date, which changes dramatically what you would expect to see on an ultrasound at that stage (i.e. whether or not you would be able to see a heartbeat). Long story short, I insisted on more testing and at the moment am 36 weeks pregnant and looking forward to another healthy baby in about a month's time.

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    I should add that later scans showed I had a subchorionic haemorrhage, which completely resolved by 12 weeks.

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    Wow amethystblossom, what an awesome outcome!!!!


 

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