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Pregnant, lower quadrant pain, brownish spotting. Nothing seen in ultrasound, hcg level doubling. Worried?

hi i.am.currently 7 weeks pregnant.from.lmp. i have left lower quadrant pain and.brownish pinkish spotting. i had a ultrasound .done at 5 weeks but nothing was seen. no sac. fetal heart etc. my. hcg levels keep doubling as well and its.currently reading 6000. i also.have h/o eptopic. i am.worried but my.ob cant do a repeat u/s until monday.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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hello,
as per the details u have given ,
your symptoms are most likely towards ECTOPIC PRGNENCY..
why becoz, if u have got implantation in the uterus, it would have shown up in the ultrasound..but its nott...second thing is pregnency test postive and your HCG LEVELS ARE INCREASING , WITH SPOTTING ,,,..ITS APERFECT SIGN OF ECTOPIC PRGNNECY..
SO DONT WAIT ..NOW RUSH TO EMERGENCY DEPARTAMENT.. BECOZ, CHANCES OF RUPTURE WILL BE THERE...SO CONSULT ER DEPARTAMENT..IMMEDIATELY..............
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