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Having miscarriage, sore breasts, tired, headache, brown spotting. Advice

Hi. I had back and abdominal pain on Thursday night and went to hospital my hcg was 1200. I had some brown spotting. On sat I had no pain and no spotting. On Sunday am I had to get my hcg repeated and the results were 300. I was told I would miscarry. This will be my 3rd and is not the same as before. I am barely losing anything g and it is only brown when I wipe. My breasts remain sore, I m tired and headachey. Previously the minute I started losing, my breast soreness went and I lost major clots and red blood . I have been told to do a home p/t in 10 days but apart from that... Nothing. I also go in holiday in 2 weeks. Any advice would be appreciated
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern and from the history given here I could say that the best way is ultrasonography this would clear all the doubt that you have for miscarriage, and in my opinion instead of wasting time in other investigation best is USG, take care and have a nice day.
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