Not Sure What To Make

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karry - April 8

h__lo gals, im in bit of a weird and hopfully good mess. i thought i was prego in feb. in dec and jan i had no af tested blood and urine all neg! Through out that time i had all the symptoms and more. recenttly within the past few months my stomach is bigger, harder and strech marks on it. the dr did an us and found nothing(us doen in feb). in feb my hcg lvl was .01...i got a very light and short af on feb 23rd then in march on 22 light brown spotting achy and crampy feeling in stomach and down there! on march 23 af was due it didnt come. now april 7the still now af but light brown spotting on 4th and 5th. im takign hpt in morning then going to dr's for bt. my body tells me im preggo but i keep thinking i couldnt be that lucky after all my and husband are ttc since last nov. any advice ladies ???

 

Megs - April 8

Go to another dr and see what he/she says!

 

Karry - April 8

thats what im doing this time. dr appointment is april 20th!!

 

sorry - April 8

don't want you to be sad, but if they did an ultrasound and there was nothing, then you are not pregnant. When you had the us done you would have been around 8 weeks pg - no way to miss a baby then. Also is you hcg levels were .01........sorry to be the bearer of possible bad news, but a baby can't survive with hcg levels that low.

 

kim - April 8

I have to agree. Was the US v____al or adominal? Vaginal US is more accurate at this early stage of pregnancy, but I still think they could tell. I have a video tape of my baby at 9 weeks and he had hands and feet and you could see him move and see the umbilical cord. Sorry, but you may not be pregnant.

 

stacey - April 8

Could it be an ectopic pergnancy? but, probably not for that long. Hmph- you stumped me..but good luck!!

 

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