I had a pretty rough doctor's appointment today. I am only 4w5d pregnant, which is what I expected because I was sure I had ovulated later than normal. So that was expected.
What I didn't expect was that the spotting I had on Saturday, coupled with my endometriosis history could mean that the pregnancy is ectopic.
I can't wait to switch doctors because I asked her if it was safe to travel this weekend (hubby's uncle died) and she said "let's pretend I have a crystal ball and know it's ectopic" ... how very sensitive of her.
Anyway - I had hcg level tested and go back on Wednesday to repeat. As long as the test shows 66% increase she says it's safe to assume the pregnancy is not ectopic.
What other things could I look for? At what point is an ectopic pregnancy normally discovered?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:52 PM on Feb. 28, 2011 in Pregnancy
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