FRER line progression. Should I prepare for a chemical?

posted 2 weeks ago in TTC
  • poll: Do these tests indicate a chemical pregnancy?

    Yes

    No

    Too early to tell

  • Post # 16
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: June 2017

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    @northbee:  I’m so sorry for your loss hon ♥️♥️

    Post # 17
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    Busy bee

    I’m so sorry, Bee.  With my two early miscarriages, I started bleeding within a few days of the beta results that told me a MC was coming.  The bleeding was like a heavy period, but not terribly bad (physically – obviously emotionally it was rough).  In both cases, I concieved again 2 weeks after the miscarriage (one ended in MC again, 1 ended in my twins).  Sending you SO much love and baby dust for the future.  Be kind to yourself. 

    Post # 18
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: June 2019

    I’m so sorry for your loss, bee! I wish I could give you a hug. 

    Post # 19
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    Worker bee
    • Wedding: March 2014

    So sorry for your loss bee. It broke my heart watching those lines fade. Sending you virtual hugs!

    Post # 20
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    Buzzing bee

    I’ve been reading along but haven’t commented until now. I’m so incredibly sorry to see this update.

    With numbers in this range, if you do confirm a loss, it’s likely that you’ll start bleeding on your own :(. I had a blighted ovum and miscarried on my own. With my second pregnancy we had a missed miscarriage at 8 weeks  at which time I opted for a D&C. After two losses, I went on to have 2 amazing, healthy children. I know it probably doesn’t help to hear that now, but I hope that if you decide to try again, you can take comfort in knowing that. 

    Sending you big, healing squeezes my dear. Take care of yourself and lean on those that you love to help get you through this. 

     

    Post # 21
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

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    @northbee:  Oh, Bee. I’m so sorry. I wouldn’t worry about an ectopic at this point. Your HCG would be increasing much more and then would flatline. I don’t think you need to worry about that at all. I have SO much hope for you in the future. And, I promise, that when you look your take home baby in the eyes for the first time, it will make all the sense in the world. It happened for me. Hugs in the meantime. 

    Post # 22
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    Newbee

    I am so sorry! I know how hard it is. Personally, I think you are super young!! I had about 3 early m/c and got pregnant and gave birth at 36! I started trying and kept having the egg meeting the sperm like pp mentioned, but it was likely my older egg that was crapping out during the conception process.

    I sometimes wonder if it was the sperm, as he was never tested… but anyways, it takes perseverance for sure. I could have run a hcg lab in my bathroom at times with all the line progression sticks. It was an issue. It was also a mission, and it eventually worked! I think I personally needed to view it more as a work project, to take a bit of the emotional element out of it. I am sure you will get through this!

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