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Pregnant, had brown discharge, negative PT. Had an ectopic pregnancy earlier. Help?

Hi I m 6weeks pregnant had brown discharge once and that was after the ve. Went for a scan and they can t see anything they try to scan both way still can t see anything they did the pregnancy test again and it came negative but in blood test it came positive going 4 another test after 2days I got history of my last 2 pregnancy one was 8weeks ectopice and second was 7 weeks empty sac n they did the d&c and that was 4 months ago.... With my last 2 pregnancy I didn t had any pregnancy symptoms but with this pregnancy I got all the symptoms..... Do I have any hope?????
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Early pregnancy can be detected best by a transvaginal ultrasound. The findings should be correlated with serum beta-hCG levels and the rate at which they rise if the pregnancy is viable. Owing to the past history, you need close monitoring to evaluate the state of your pregnancy. Please wait until you get the repeat test and follow the advice of your doctor. Meanwhile take bed rest, avoid stress and intercourse. Good luck.
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