Hmmmm they talk about fluid from miscarriage but I wonder if that's what super early pregnancies look like to?
Me: 31, DH: 33, DD1: 8, DD2: 6 😃 #3 due Sept 2014 ❤
One I was thinking of is maybe it's just bleeding from where the baby implanted but it's just not coming out (not every pregnancy has implantation bleeding, so maybe this is why, maybe their bodies don't expel it and it just eventually reabsorbs it!?)
I can't stop googling.. I can't relax, I can't rest, I and so mentally drained.
DD #1- 30.11.08
DD #2- 28.03.11
Poor thing So sorry you're having to go through this.... I have no advice to offer, but I hope everything is ok.
I also had very painful cramps when preg with DS.... they were so bad i rushed off to the docs, and had an early scan for ectopic. All turned out to be ok ...it was worse than period pain too, it was very sharp pain. I could have sworn something was wrong and id miscarry (again ) But nope ... all was ok.
This is one of the reasons they say not to test so early, how many of us have had a "miscarriage" could be huge.
I do hope all is ok.
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I completely understand early pregnancy is an anxious time, but scans before 4 weeks are only going to make you more anxious.
I wouldn't put any stock in the results of this scan - it's in no way indicative of a viable or non-viable pregnancy. You're at least two weeks away from a scan being in any way reliable in that regard.
If it will give you peace of mind then keep getting your hcg levels tested.
AF-like cramps are completely normal. It's not just about implantation, it's about your uterus stretching to accommodate the embryo, it's about the hormone surges that help your pregnancy progress and it can also be wind cramps.
Wishing you the best of luck x try and stay positive but prepared for the worst.
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I have had 'fluid' in the pelvis on a scan but I was a little further ahead than you and they could see the gestational sac. The fluid in my case was a small sub-chorionic bleed and was the cause of my spotting at the time. It did settle and i went on to have a healthy uneventful pregnancy. Ugh I hope you get some answers soon either way hon. Huge hugs*
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