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patricia24c87 posted:
ok so here goes...I have had 2miscarriages and one ectopic. On dec24 i had my period then found out sunday jan 20 i was pregnant with hcg level 10. monday i woke up bleeding lightly and waited till tues and went to er. the said my level went up to 18 and it was to early to tell anything. so i went home and the bleeding stopped on thrus.Had my hcg level check on frid 112.Mon started bleeding bright red but only when i went to the bathroom. On wed checked hcg 132. thrusday doctor said its still to early to say anything. Im still bleeding today (saturday). i havent had any cramping or clots and no tissue! I go for more blood work monday (hcg and progesteron). This is nothing like my previos miscarriages or my ectopic. I dont want to get my hopes up and be crushed to find out its all over. Has anyone had anything like this before? please share what you went through. thanks!!! btw i have a healthy 9year old and a two year old and i know im lucky to have them and thank god for that.
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
While I've never experienced it, I've heard of women having bleeding early in their pregnancy and going on to have a healthy pregnancy.


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