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    am i miscarrying?
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    stkhan posted:
    was suppose to be 6wks5Day pregnant when i start spotting/bleeding.the next day of spotting i consulted a MD.he did a vaginal ultrasound and found an empty sac of 5wk2days. He took my blood sample to check my hcg.and called me again after 4days for blood sample to see wether my hcg level is increasing or decreasing. the bleeding is not much (no need to wear lining) but can see small clots of dark red color when pee.today is 5th day of this bleeding/spotting.
    is there any1 with same situation n delivered a healthy baby afterwards?
    My dr is thinking i am at higher risk of losing this baby,which i dont want to. this is my 1st pregnancy n i dont want to lose my angel at any cost
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