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Viable or Not possible?
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mommalab posted:
I had a tubal and ablation about 5 years ago and to my surprise found out last week that I am pregnant. Is it even possible to have a viable pregnancy? I have had three Ultrasounds and they are just keep saying that it is too early to see anything. My hcg went from 510 (thursday) to 872 (saturday) to 1286 (friday) it is not rising like it should (or like I have read that it should) but it is still going up. I am spotting (not active bleeding) just when I go pee, most of the time it is extremely light except first thing in the mornings(then it is red). Doctors are not saying much except we have to wait... Has anyone ever heard of this happening? Just wanting to know what to expect, or kind of expect? I was also told that the spotting could be from a uti and kidney infection that I have but I am almost done with antibiotics and it is still happening...this has been an overload for sure with not a lot of information or answers being given. We do not even know how to feel right now besides anxious and nervous. anyone with any knowledge of this or information about something like this happening before would be greatly appreciated!
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