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Ok well lets start whit I just realized I was pregnant on Februry 6 after a home test, the next day I had my appointment whit my Dr were she confirmed my pregnancy.
The problem start when she ask me about my last period. Thats when I got confused because my last normal period was on Dicember 17 for 5 days then on January I have some bright bleeding during sex then nothing for a day and then I bleed kinda brownish for the next 4 days I didn't think much of it, because the IUD messed all my periods (which I had remove a year ago) so then Dr send me to my first ultrasound thinking my LMP was on Diciember and they didn't find a heartbeat but they find the yolk the sack and all the rest and my hGC keeps growing so then my Dr send me for a second U/S and still didn't find a heartbeat she told me that I might have a missed miscarried because I haven had any bleeding or spotting or pains! so she recommend another U/S in 10 days just to make sure.
But I know the dates all wrong I think my last period was on Jenuary but she has all set as if it was on Dicember!!!
What I don't understand is why she is not looking at the size of the babys bag and all of the measurements they do? Im so scare and frustrated and more when she say that I should get ready for the worst! my husband told her that my hGCs are growing so is something off!
Anyone whit an advise? I don't know what to think and I can sleep but something I know is I wont go for a D/C in the next 5 weeks just to be on the safe side.