Confused 7w2d Pregnant

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AG - January 12

Hi, I found I was pregnant by using one of the home tests, but it was a very faint line. Went to the doctor. Had 3 previous miscarriages and suffer from hypothyroidism. Doctor ordered for scan. In the intrauterine scan, saw a small black sac and embryo. According to my dates, I was 6 weeks at that time. They did three blood tests on every 2nd day to see if my HCG is rising and to rule out the possibility of ectopic pregnancy. My HCG was rising but not doubling. I have another scan on monday. Then, day before yesterday, I had bit of brownish mucus discharge and no pain. I told my doctor and they said its all right as long as there is no pain. Then yesterday evening, I had to use a pad as the spotting/bleeding became more and red in colour. I don't know what to think..how should I be taking it. I still have no pain, but I am scared and confused. Moreover, for the past few days, my br___ts don't feel tender dusring day, but they do at night. Has anybody had this situation or going through the same? I am now 7weeks and 2 days pregnant.

 

Trish# - January 12

I am 7w 1d and wish I could answer your questions! I DO want to offer my encouragement though, and prayerful desire that everything turns out a-okay for you and your lil' bub. I know that hCG that rises but does not double is suspect for an ectopic. However, your scan would've showed an ep if you had one. Also, I am no doctor but know a good deal about ep's, and think that if you had one that had ruptured (hence your bleeding), you would be in significant pain. Some women also get bleeding in pg and are okay (not sure of the extent of it, though). If your bleeding persists and/or you start experiencing pain, I'd go to the doc right away. If you call them maybe they can answer some of your questions? Best of luck to you.

 

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