which is the viability point.
At 5 weeks I was sitting in my ob's office, crying my heart out, because I had spotted that morning and my bit of nausea was gone and I was absolutely convinced the pregnancy was over. He did an u/s that day, and all he could tell me was that my tubes looked clear so I was likely not having an ectopic pregnancy. I think I did a pretty good job of convincing him it was over as well. He reminds me of that day every time I go in and we hear the heartbeat
The early days are the worst - you'll be checking for symptoms every minute. You had a couple of good beta's - trust them. Just because it took you a while to get here doesn't mean this pregnancy is doomed. This board is filled with women who struggled who've had good pregnancies. I totally know what you are going through, but know that now the odds are in your favor - a majority of pregnancies continue successfully. Hugs to you.