I was due for my cycle on the 29th of December. In August of 2011, I was confirmed pregnant which ended up being ectopic. I was "cured" in October of 2011. We have been actively trying since then. I went in for a blood test two weeks ago which was negative. From the day after my cycle ended in the beginning of December, I was having weird cramps all month. I had random shooting pains in my breasts. I have been very temperamental and moody also.This past week and a a half I have been abnormally "wet" down there. Yesterday I had a milky white discharge and then once today I had a little bit of brown discharge and then it stopped. Not really feeling crampy more like my stomach feels tight kind of. Saw my doctor yesterday and he told me to take a pregnancy test each week for the next two weeks and if I don't start my cycle or get a positive test before the 23rd he will then do another blood test and start investigating and possibly put me on synthetic progesterone. Anyone gone through this? What could be going on?
So I went to the drs today. He had me go for blood work and scheduled another set of blood work for Wednesday and possibly U/S Thursday as long as my counts are high enough to check where baby is . Hoping for the best **
Just got the results and HCG was over 400 so I am hoping thats a good sign. Won't know too much more til they do another check so just keeping the fingers crossed. When I had my ectopic though, my numbers didnt get higher than 170 and it just feels completely different.
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