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6weeks 4 days I'm confused if I've had a miscarriage or am I still pregnant

I've never posted a question like this before so sorry in advance if I get confusing. In June I had a chemical pregnancy. So it shocked me that I was pregnant again so soon. I took a test July. 20th and it came back positive right away. Of course I was so happy I felt great for a couple weeks then on Aug.6th I started spotting at first it was brownish old blood which I knew to be normal. So I wasn't conserned.  The next day on the 7th I started spotting pinkish and it progressed to a light period bleeding by the end of the night. The next few days I passed 2 clots that were around the size of tangerines ( sorry if tmi) I had went to emerge and the ultrasound was fine and it showed i have a retroverted uterus as well as thick uterus lining and everything looked normal minus a heart beat. They took blood which came back fine and made me an appointment for the following Friday. I again went to the appointment and had a vaginal ultrasound and was dated at 5 weeks but it hadn't showed a heartbeat still. The technician saw a blood clot and bloodflow so she booked me again for a few days from now ( 2 weeks later). I had bad cramps all through it. But have now stopped bleeding since the 21st. I didn't have much pregnancy symptoms except for nausea. Now I rarely feel nauseous and it's only a tiny bit if I do. My breasts are sore and my nipples are slightly itchy. I've been urinating alot and getting migrains. I feel like my temperature is a little warmer then normal. And I feel a small bulge and bloating. Is this normal after having a miscarriage or is it possible I'm still pregnant. I'm going crazy and am deviated by this as my first pregnancy ending in a healthy baby girl. Any answers would be helpful. If I'm still pregnant I'm 6 weeks and 4 days along.
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It sounds like everything is right on track.  Heartbeats often aren't detected until around 7 weeks.  Hang in there!  Bleeding in early pregnancy (even with clots) is quite normal.  Good luck at your next u/s!   I have a feeling you will get great news.  Stay hydrated, and keep your feet up as much as possible
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