Ok. I went for an early TV U/s on Wednesday last week to rule out ectopic (b/c my last preg was). It was 5w0d, all they saw was gest sac. Because my HCG was 11000 dr said blighted ovum. So I went back Fri, like 44 hrs later for second beta. It's 18000. Going in tomorrow for repeat ultrasound. No cramping, no spotting, no diminishing of preg symptoms. Dr was sure I'd be bleeding by now. Even set up a Rhogam shot for today but when she got the levels she called and asked me to come back in. Is there any chance she was wrong and even tho the level was high, it was just too early to see?
would say there is always that chance. If they saw the sac then whats the problem? Your levels are going up too... i would think your prego and to have them leave you alone.... but its not me. Seems if they saw it and its not a problem let nature take its course.
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