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how long does hcg stay in my body if i had a miscarriage

Hi,
Can someone help me please.  I found out in august 29th  i was 4 weeks 2 days pregnant three days later i started bleeding i was not sure if was implantation bleeding or miscariage.  so ive been taking  a test everyday and it is still possitive . but still nothing shows in my ultra sound , my dr says it can be too early to show. so im going crazy now and i dont know if im still pregnant or not .
how long does hcg stay in my body if it was a  miscarriage and not implantation bleeding.

I appreciate if you post your comment. Thanks
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Usually it is out fairly quickly. I had a negative within a week of my miscarriage a few years ago. The best way to know is to have your dr do a blood test to check hcg levels and then do it again a few days later. Rise~pregnant, decrease~miscarriage. At 10 weeks something should be showing on the ultrasound, so go with a blood test, imo.
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Thank you so much
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I have had several. Get blood work to ease your mind. May I ask how bad the bleeding was and dud you have pain while bleeding?
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It was light. The color was dark and it was about 20 minutes. And I did not have pain while bleeding.
But I'm 6 weeks and 2 days and I wente to see my doctor but she couldn't see anything in my ultrasound not even a sac.
Avatar universal
It was light. The color was dark and it was about 20 minutes. And I did not have pain while bleeding.
But I'm 6 weeks and 2 days and I wente to see my doctor but she couldn't see anything in my ultrasound not even a sac.
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