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Miscarriage or earlier than I thought?

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BabySensoryTelford Mon 06-Mar-17 15:58:24

ust wondered if anyone could shed any light on my situation. I went for an early resurrance scan due to previous miscarriage at 6 weeks past my lmp scan showed empty sac no yolk and measuring 4 weeks. Now this didn't overly surprise me because it took over a week late for Me to get my bfp with an early detection test. Said they wanted to do hcg so had the test and went back 2 days later. Epau rang and said hcg was only rising by 30 percent and they thought it maybe ectopic. Referred to a different hospital and they confirmed it wasn't ectopic but there was blood in the uterus so would end in miscarriage. They booked me in for a scan a week later. No bleeding and pain still another week and at the scan they could now see a larger gestation sac and yolk sac visible however there was still blood in uterus. Midwife at epau said pregnancy was growing correctly but still thought it would end up as a miscarriage and to come back in for another scan in a week. It is now Monday and my scan is on Thursday I just want to know what on earth is going on!!!

AreWeThereYet000 Tue 07-Mar-17 00:52:23

I had this, suffered pain and bleeding early on so had an early scan, yolk sac present but no fetal pole and blood showing...went back 2 weeks later, heartbeat and baby seen, still had blood showing... 12 week scan baby fine and blood as reabsorbed, my DD is now 10 days old. Fingers crossed your pregnancy will have the same success x

BabySensoryTelford Tue 07-Mar-17 16:42:35

Thanks for the reply! The wait is killing me! Touchwood i haven't had any blood and pain the only reason i went for an early scan was a reassurance following previous miscarriages dont think i will bother next time its caused more stress than its worth!

AreWeThereYet000 Thu 09-Mar-17 20:44:16

Fingers crossed today went well! X

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