4 weeks is rushing it to completely diagnose it ectopic. Especially if she doesn't even see anything in the fallopian tubes. I would personally wait a little longer because at 4 weeks, most people don't even see a sac yet. So it could still be too early. As far as the slow rising HCG, that's tough. I know some people have slow rising HCG that had healthy babies but never that slow. You do what you feel is best. <3 Hugs
Quoting i made a vagina.:" <blockquote><b>Quoting *3*6*7*11*:</b>" thanks yo. I guess the one other thing that ... [snip!] ... out there, I know Harter will get me in."</blockquote> Yeah! I loved dr harter! I wish I would've used him with eliana!"
I loved him too. I'm sad I can't use him anymore.
I'd wait until 5-6 weeks. If it's eptopic, wouldn't the numbers be really high?
Looks like it could be low progesterone. I'd look into getting a progesterone shot recommendation?
I would wait personally. If you get any pain get to an ER asap.
Quoting *3*6*7*11*:" I loved him too. I'm sad I can't use him anymore. "
Too bad you moved to Colorado lol!!
How are the kids? What are you guys doing out here?
I would wait for another ultrasound just in case
I had an ectopic a couple years ago and if it helps you feel any better my dr told me that there was no chance of rupture if the beta levels were below 2000, he said that the numbers are always higher before the possibility of rupture, I opted for the surgery to remove the pregnancy, but it was after we were positive the pregnancy wasn't viable, my beta numbers were jumping all over the place and I was having a lot of pain and spotting. I decided against the methotrexate shot because you are advised not to TTC for atleast 6 months after due to the risks of the medication causing miscarriages or birth defects and we wanted to TTC ASAP.