spotting while pregnant

spotting while pregnant

hi,
my last period was on Feb 5th, did urine test on March 5th and it was positive, my hcg on March 6th was 58 and on March 11th, it was 819. doctor ordered an ultrasound on March 16th but it was too early to spot anything, so technician put a camera in to check baby isn’t in tube, which went fine. doctor ordered another ultrasound for April 5th, but this technician was uncomfortable to deal with so he barely put the machine on my skin and said he can’t see anything, offered to put camera in and I refused,
yesterday, I noticed some brown spotting twice then a pink one, but nothing happened over night. This morning there was few light red spottings, called hospital and nurse said not to worry unless it is accompanied by pain or turn into heavy bleeding, tomorrow morning is my first appointment with my Gyno, and I am so worried. am I losing my baby?

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  1. Hi Alia, So sorry you are dealing with this stress! To me it sounds like a transvaginal ultrasound is what your doctor will likely do (or order) tomorrow. They may also order a blood pregnancy test, but if the ultrasound looks good that may not be needed. Many women spot in the first trimester and go on to have perfectly fine pregnancies, but it is hard to say more until you have an ultrasound. Good luck!

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  2. No heart beat showed.. doctor said either baby stopped growing or it’s growing in my tubes. The uterus is still so think
    Waiting for hcg result to know which scenario it is.
    I feel so sad. Not sure if it’s better to do D&C or let it happen naturally

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    1. Oh Alia I am so sorry about that. I hope your doctor can answer all your questions and get you the support you need. Hugs!

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      1. Thank you… I am 44 so maybe I shouldn’t have tried.so disappointing

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