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Had a miscarriage. Abdominal pain with bleeding. Conflicting pregnancy test reports. What is going on?

I miscarried oct 31 blighted ovum 11 weeks took 7 weeks to get first period which resembled my miscarraige. Clots and abdominal pain lasted a week. Finally got a negative pregnancy test before ovulation . Day two past due period I tested positive two days later excessive bleeding with large clots. What is going on? Did I miscarry again?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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If the completion of abortion was confirmed earlier through a follow up sonogram, then this is another pregnancy which may have terminated in an abortion or is threatened. The only way you can know is through a sonogram, preferably trans-vaginal. You can also couple it with serial serum beta-hCG assays as doubling titres every 2-3 days indicate good status of the pregnancy. Please see a specialist for a complete evaluation and proper guidance. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you good health.
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