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kmcromling posted:
hey its me again, so went to the dr yesterday and he did a ultrasound and saw nothing. my hcgs went up to 495. ok so he says its too early to see anything and that i am only 2-3 wks pregnant. so, i had some cramping last night with a little bit of spotting, but nothing is happening, as far as miscarriage is concerned. so i have to wait 2 wks for another ultrasound and the nurse says by the ultrasound everything is in place to support the pregnancy and that it is too early to see anything. so i want to know if im going to lose this baby or not? any info will help! thank you guys..
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hello Kmcromling and thanks for posting.

You have done the right thing by seeing the doctor and nurse and getting their expert advice. I sure hope you don't lose the baby and you get good news in two weeks.

In support,

Byroney
If high heels were so wonderful, men would still be wearing them. -Sue Grafton-


 
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mendezwife responded:
Hello
Just a question as to why you'd think you'd loose the baby? Your just really early & it takes a lil bit to getting everything going & show up.
Sounds like all is well & just relax & enjoy. Keep an eye on yourself to warning signs but it sounds like all is well
spotting is normal in early pregnancy. alot of things are normal in early pregnancy.
Hope that helped!
 
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TrinaBear responded:
after i found out i was pregnant i had cramping. i asked my doctor about it and he told me that it was normal to cramp in the first part of the pregnancy because you body is readjusting and getting ready to support the baby for 9 months. don't stress yourself out about it because stress could lead to a miscarriage. i am 7 weeks pregnant and i know how nerve wracking it is. hope everything is ok


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