I had a abortion on June 24 I was 6 weeks, went back to MY OBGYN to get a check, I never did bleed which is common but he checked me and said everything looked fine. I had a little bleeding the next day for about 4 days6
On July 17th my husband and I had sex, we didn't use anything (like a idiot I am) he did pull out, I was still nervous so I took the Plan B on July 18th just to be on the safe side. By July 24th I believe my breasts starting hurting again, I took a EPT and it was positive so I called the clinic
They had me come in and said the test was negative, I said well that's funny I took 2 and they both said positive, so she took a EPT one and it came out positive as well. They then gave me a vaginal ultersound and there was no sak, maybe a little tissue, then gave me a blood test
I called back the next day and it was positive but low....They said maybe I have tissue still in there and should get a D&C, but I am not bleeding at all.
They tested the original abortion tissue and said it was fine.
I do feel pregnant with the sore breasts and a little dizzy and some stomach pains. I am going back Wednesday for a D & C but my thoughts are I'm not bleeding, does this make sense?
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replied August 4th, 2009
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Pregnancy tests can come up positive for a few months after a miscarriage or abortion. There may be residual hormones left over.

Get the D&C and get some birth control if you don't want to be pregnant.
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replied August 4th, 2009
Thanks, birth control failed that's how I got pregnant the first time....I have a 17 year old so this was a first for us.
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