I was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy in my right tube yesterday. We were pretty shocked. We all thought I'd miscarried the pregnancy over the last week. I had all the signs and my beta was going down. I'd been passing tissue for several days and things were finally calming down when I had my beta Thursday.
They got the results yesterday, my beta went from 790something last week to almost 2500. I was called to come in immediately and an u/s revealed a pregnancy measuring 5w6d in my right tube. My RE was surprised at how far up the tube it was too.
I don't understand how I could have passed so much tissue and bled so much and not had a miscarriage yet. It took a long time to decide but ultimately I chose methotrexate over surgery. Now I feel like a ticking time bomb, just waiting around hoping my tube doesn't rupture.
Plus the RE said the pregnancy looked good. If only it had been in the right place!! It was weird to see it on u/s b/c it's the result you want, but not really. After all we've been through to get here, there's a baby growing but we have to end it. I know there's no other option, it's just ironic I guess.