Last week I found out I was pregnant, I started bleeding and I went to the doctor this was on may 2nd, my doctor told me he's pretty sure I misscarried and took some blood, my blood count was 191 and he told me to come back in a few days so I went back and my blood dropped to 123 so that pretty much confirmed that I misscarried, I bled for about 10 days. So today I had a extra hpt and it still shows that i'm pregnant even though my blood count shows I misscarried, is this normal????? Also last night I had sex for the first time in about 3 weeks and we did use a spermacide condom there is no way i'm pregnat is there?????
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replied May 11th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
I am so sorry for your loss and yes, it is normal because your body this has hcg hormone in it . It can take a few weeks beofre its completely out of yur system.
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replied May 11th, 2006
Good, I was really worried about it since I had sex last night, plus i'm getting my tubes tied in a few weeks. Even if I was pregenant after sex last night would it show up in less that 24 hrs?
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replied May 11th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
No way ! Not humanly possible! It takes about 12-14 days after conception to detect hcg. Trust me this is the result of your last pregnancy. It will take a littrle while to completely leave your system.
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replied May 11th, 2006
Thanks goodness, your mind can really play tricks on you when you get worried about something even though a doctor confirmed a miscarrage.
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replied May 11th, 2006
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Im sorri to here about ur loss :( *hugs*
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replied May 11th, 2006
Thank you, it was hard but you have to go on.
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