(Any remaining tissue from the m/c will keep your hcg above 5) My hcg dropped very fast after the d&c. I may not be AS FAR along as I've calculated, just as long as this little one grabs hold and hangs on til September. You should probably call the OB asap to get an appointment. I never even got to the ultrasound the last time, so I am hoping this baby sticks and that the scan will be soon. I had a d&c after failing to completely miscarry on my own. I did take a couple pregnancy tests after the miscarriage, one shortly after I stopped bleeding, and the second one when I thought I should have started my period. But after waiting about 5 more days, and still no period, I took another HPT, and it was positive...more tests since then, both positive.You may need to allow yourself time to grieve for your lost baby before you think about the future.Other couples feel trying again will help them come to terms with what has happened.Here are some tips on how to handle your first twelve weeks of pregnancy after a miscarriage.
Here are some general pointers to keep in mind that will help you understand what you're seeing in your test results.Anyhow, I don't see why they can't do a quick US, even vaginal to figure it out. I know the day, give or take a day or two before that. I know the day, give or take a day or two before that. That is how I did it and it turned out to be spot on.I used 11/28 and just typed it into a pregnancy calendar. I used 11/28 and just typed it into a pregnancy calendar. Apparently, they cannot be accurate with the dates so early even if they do an u/s, I didn't have a dating scan until I was 10 weeks and although my midwife thought I had conceived 2 weeks after the mc I knew it had been 3 weeks after and I was right! Add 2 weeks to the day you think you got pregnant (as if that was your last AF) and that is how far you are.If you are pregnant after a miscarriage, or if you think you might be, you may be feeling anything from joy to apprehension, and maybe even a little bit of both.Once your pregnancy is confirmed, however, it helps to take things one step at a time—the first step is getting through the first trimester.