What Are The Symptoms Of A Chemical Pregnancy?


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Many women do not even realize that they have undergone a chemical pregnancy when it’s actually an ectopic pregnancy. They may just notice it when they’ve already got their monthly period and then have a false positive pregnancy test. Other symptoms of a chemical pregnancy may include a heavier than usual period. Morning sickness is another symptom that many women experience. This can also be attributed to the heavier than usual hormonal levels in your body.

When you have a chemical pregnancy you will want to make sure that you are being examined by your doctor as soon as possible. Some fertility clinics offer in-patient services where you are monitored 24 hours a day by a medical professional. Others offer outpatient services where you go to the hospital for evaluation and possible treatment. Either way, it’s essential that you are evaluated by a doctor right away so that you can be safe throughout your pregnancy and birth. Here are some of the warning signs associated with chemical pregnancies.

Chemical Pregnancy

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Symptoms of a positive pregnancy test. Some women who are having chemical pregnancies have a positive pregnancy test at about three weeks into their pregnancy. Some women do not experience any symptoms whatsoever. Even when the woman in question does experience the positive pregnancy test there may be no harm in seeing your doctor. However, if the positive test is true then it’s possible that you could have an ectopic pregnancy present. This is a dangerous condition that could lead to a miscarriage or fetal defects.

A woman may not get pregnant right after her positive test shows she is pregnant. A few weeks after conceiving a chemical pregnancy occurs. Most women feel immense relief and happiness upon learning they are pregnant. However, because the early miscarriages have occurred they start to worry and become anxious once more. They begin worrying about whether or not they will experience another miscarriage.

How should you handle these feelings? Don’t allow yourself to be so upset or to freak out over this period of time. Instead, try to distract yourself and let others help you through this period of apprehension. One of the best ways to manage this period of anxiety and stress is to go see a support group for women having clinical pregnancy tests. There are groups specifically for women who have had gestational sacs. These women can share their feelings and experiences and find comfort and understanding in one another.

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Women who are worried about the chemical pregnancy tests being able to predict if they will experience another miscarriage often try to delay getting pregnant. Once a woman begins to experience early miscarriages she may become overly concerned about these tests. This can only make things worse, as it can cause additional stress to a woman already experiencing one or two early miscarriages.

Some women who experience early miscarriages and have discovered that they are in fact, experiencing a biochemical pregnancy do not wish to get pregnant again. They believe that there is no point in prolonging the agony and suffering over something that could easily be treated. Others believe that they just want to focus on their babies and be able to attend to their children. Whatever your personal belief may be, it is important to know that there are natural remedies and medical treatments that can be utilized to treat a biochemical pregnancy and thus prevent further loss of your fertility.

Bottom Line 

If you do experience spotting between your first menstrual cycle and you’re second, you may wish to try a home pregnancy test. A home pregnancy test works by measuring your basal body temperature before you begin to experience any symptoms, such as spotting. After you begin to notice bleeding, you can then consult your doctor for further testing. A chemical pregnancy may include an elevated level of HCG or human chorionic gonadotropin. A clinical pregnancy will include normal period bleeding, which is completely normal, along with one or two small menstrual cramps. However, if you have excessive spotting between your first menstrual cycle and you’re second, this is considered a biochemical pregnancy and will most likely be necessary to get medical attention.

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