What would you do??

Discussion in 'Pregnancy Chat' started by ElizabethF, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. ElizabethF

    ElizabethF Active Member

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    Hi all, I was sent for a scan and referred to a gyno for repeated early miscarriage. These happen around 5 weeks and the hcg levels never grow much. I get bfps then they go faint etc! They found a haemorragic cyst but said nothing to worry about. Doctor told me not to try until I had seen the gyno..... Well I was due to ovulate on 5th but I didn't until the 12th when we were having unprotected sex.

    I am now pregnant- confirm on blood test at 9dpo hcg 35 and progesterone 115.1, my clear blue 9dpo said 1-2, 14dpo 2-3 and 17dpo 3+.

    So my question..... My gyno appnt is on the 19th... If all goes well up until then, should I still go???
     
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  2. ShowingPromise

    ShowingPromise Well-Known Member

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    I'd ask the gyno? They may still want to see you but if you ask them direct then you'll know for sure.
     
  3. Jojo84

    Jojo84 Well-Known Member

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    I'd ring and speak to them about it. Good
    Luck with this pregnancy, here's wishing you the stickiest of stickiest beans!
     
  4. ElizabethF

    ElizabethF Active Member

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    Thank you xxx
     
  5. Holsf

    Holsf Well-Known Member

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    I'd still go I had blood tests for recurrent early miscarriages and I'm pregnant again now. They never did get back to me with the test results but I took baby aspirin off my own back as ugly I had todo something I went to the doctors at 6 weeks as I was so worried about mc and they sent me for an early scan. If you got To your appointment they might give you a scan to check everything is going ok and as they are specialists in that area it's better xx
     

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