4 weeks low HCG, taking Crinone, mild brown (sometimes red) spotting and Cramping
so I am new to all of this. if I am posting incorrectly, I apologize, but I could really use some advice. here is what I know.
Crinone started 3/21, CD19. no ovulation detected but advised to start Crinone.
3/30: day of expected period, nothing. pregnancy test negative. told to stop Crinone.
4/8: pregnancy test positive
4/9: pregnancy conformed at doctors with HCG level of 131. advised to start Crinone again.
4/11: not quite 48 hours later, HCG at 158
I've had mild spotting and cramping from 4/5. this morning there was a little red spotting with my normal brown.
I am so confused. I don't even know how far along I am (that's what the blood work was supposed to initially show) and my doctor doesn't seem to be worried about the spotting at all. I had a miscarriage in October and it's hard for me not to expect the same result here.
anyone had anything similar? I've read that Crinone can irritate and cause spotting, but mixed with low HCG...makes me nervous.
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