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Positive pregnancy test after loss

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PaganOfTheGoodTimes · 14/11/2023 22:23

I'm testing positive this evening, 3 weeks after miscarrying at 13 weeks. I haven't tested before now but thought it'd likely be negative by now. Is this more likely to be remaining hormones, or a new pregnancy ? Can anyone advise please?

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NotStartedChristmasShoppingYet · 14/11/2023 22:33

When I mc at 7 weeks I was still testing strong positive 5 weeks later & I knew it wasn’t a new pregnancy as it had been an ICSI baby.

I’m sorry for your loss Flowers

PaganOfTheGoodTimes · 14/11/2023 22:54

Thank you for replying. I've read everywhere three weeks so hearing that is reassuring. I think I may call GP in the morning to ask for blood tests to put my mind at ease.

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Michah89 · 14/11/2023 23:03

I had still born 3weeks ago and I think I'm pregnant again worried something bad going to happen 😭

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PaganOfTheGoodTimes · 15/11/2023 09:35

Just thought I'd post these in case anyone else needs help in future. 1st image from last night, 2nd this morning with FMU. This mornings is fainter though I'm sure I still see a line. I've bought a digital test and will test again in a couple days but call doctor if the result is positive then just for clarity.

Positive pregnancy test after loss
Positive pregnancy test after loss
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Kona84 · 21/11/2023 09:21

I miscarried at 8 weeks and it took about a month to get a negative test.
it then took 2-3 months to get back to a regular cycle.
took a year to conceive again but that pregnancy was successful.
wishing you luck and sorry for your loss.

Dreamwild · 01/02/2024 21:41

Any updates @PaganOfTheGoodTimes xx

PaganOfTheGoodTimes · 02/02/2024 13:16

Hi Dreamwild, yep period came on last week November and tests clear from just before that.

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