my beta hcg level was 0.2 in 2 weeks after pregnancy but level rise to normal rate for a pregnant woman in 4 weeks later with embrional sac 6weeks aged.Thhe former level rechecked and the level was as befor(0.2) what is the cause?
If you began with a beta of .2, that would be considered not pregnant. Even a 2 would be considered not pregnant. What makes you think you are pregnant, an ultrasound? If a sac was seen in an ultrasound, are they certain it is an embryonic sac and not a cyst or fibroid? Do they trust the lab that keeps giving them a reading of .2? Because .2 simply could not mean pregnant, if it is accurate.
I am sure about pregnacy,nasal septa in gestational sac has been seen.befor pregnancy I suffered from mens disturbance occationally 2 or 3 monthes retard.I want to know the accuracy of ultrasound when report 5 weeks and 6 day.is it ok ?.I think the first beta was correct,how many days need for beta rising in early pegnancy?
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