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    I had a scan at around 5 weeks and they couldn't see anything either. I went back 3 weeks later and showed I was 7 weeks and 6 days. Don't stress about it unfortunately you will have a wait a little longer.. Easier said then done I know.

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    All I saw at 7 weeks was a tiny blob ... Just too early on like everyone said 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by strulove View Post
    Just*Ace - what happened in the end?
    I unfortunately ended up miscarrying, but my hcg was way way lower than yours, when I was 4 weeks it was 42 and very slowly rose to 500 which was why she was concerned about it being ectopic and kept sending me for scans. Your hcg is really good, I'm sure if you go for a repeat scan in a week or 2 there will be a heartbeat for you to see

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    Just*Ace- I'm so sorry to hear that they did check me for ectopic pregnancy at the scan which I was clear on so hopefully it's just what u and others r saying. Trying to stay positive and remember that I never had any problems with my other pregnancies


 

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