Quoting mama2507:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Not tellin:</b>" It could be implant bleeding, a slight bleed ... [snip!] ... I feel for you all those times waiting thank you for your reply sometimes it just feels better to talk to someone .."
I have a blood disorder that went undiagnosed (properly that is) for more than 15 years since it was first suspected. It was the culprit of my m/c's. The average woman does actually have about 3 in her lifetime. Many don't even know it. Especially if they aren't "trying" to get pregnant. Don't stress too much about them ;) I had 3 m/c then years of not even a faint positive. One day out of the blue "BAM" pregnant!! 6 weeks 3 days at my first u/s TWINS! lol My mom is a fraternal twin so I guess I was lucky with the genetics passed to me. After the girls were born, 2 more m/c and my son. I wasn't even trying to get pregnant after my girls. It was like my body reset itself and was incredibly fertile. lol
Your levels are really relative to you. Some people say that the higer the HCG level early in pregnancy that you are having twins. Not the case. Mine were the same with my girls as they were with my son. As long as your levels are doubling on schedule you should be fine.
My advise, sit back and relax. You can't do anything about it at this stage no matter what. If you lose the pregnancy, let your body heal and try again later. If not, YIPPEE and carry on. lol Life is funny. When you least expect things to happen, they always do. Good Luck!