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Asked by Haripriya

Q: Naturally Miscarried Ectopic...Still feeling Pregnant.Any chance of 2nd embryo implanted in uterus.

Went through 1 month follicular study in Jan and to improve my egg size and rupture on time I was put on letroz and HCG 10000 was shot on Jan 19th and I ovulated on 21st Jan and rupture was confirmed on 22nd Jan and I was told by doc that 2 healthy eggs ruptured same time and I have high chances of getting twins too....I got all faint lines of hpt till 15 dpo and missed my period by 7th Feb for 2 days how ever I had severe cramps on left side same where I ovulated but no bleeding and rushed to hospital on 8th Feb and doc suspected I had an ectopic pregnancy...and did an ultrasound and checked for gestational sac in uterus but did see any..we thought it might be too early for us to see any in us.beta HCG turned +ve.....thought of giving some more time and went to blood work and us on 12th Feb Hwevr by then I strted bleeding....doc confirmed me that I naturally miscarried ectopic.is there any chances of 2nd egg turned to embryo and implanted in uterus.I still feel preg.please help

This question was asked Feb. 19, 2018 7:13am
Category: Miscarriage & Loss

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Answered by pheobe412 - Feb. 20, 2018 2:13pm
Well I am really sorry for what happened with you. How could you be pregnant now. Doctors are so sure that you are not. What is this feeling of yours. If you are just feeling it emotionally. Of course it'll take time to get over with. If you are feeling it rightfully. Like you think there s something there. I think you should take one more test. The test is necessary before doctors implant another egg in your uterus. I think they'll check for their surety once again as well. What can we say now. You have to go through this procedure. Everything will be fine. If they implant another egg than just go for it. It'll be helpful for you.

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Answered by babylove14 - Feb. 19, 2018 2:31pm
Have you taken a test? It should be much stronger by now if the other one made it to your uterus. It's not unheard of that one twin lives when the other doesn't but symptoms could also be the hcg still left in your body. I'd say test again. I'd you could get a beta, that'd be even better so you could see it your levels are rising.

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