THis will be my 6th baby, my second following my tubal reversal back in April 09. I just got my HCG and it was 502, I am hoping for a sticky and not en eptopic, I go back in tomorrow and then 48 hours after that for more HCG tests. My periods are all over the place still from nursing, he is 25 months old but my LMP was July 3 so I am guessing April 10th-12th will be the EDD. I know it is hard to tell with just one blood draw but does 502 at 4weeks 3 days look good??Has anyone had that high but it been eptopic?
I had a tubl reversal so I am high risk for an eptopic. I have been dizzy more any other pregnancy but no pains or tenderness anywhere. I know I will rest better once I see my blood work doubling and the baby in the right spot thanks:)
It's only slightly higher than the AVERAGE range for 4 weeks which could easily be explained by your dates being off by a day or two. Since pin pointing actual conception is near impossible it's highly likely that is the case. I don't think 502 at 4 weeks pregnant is anywhere close to high enough to raise concern for an ectopic. Good luck :)
The dizziness could be from low blood pressure. My blood pressure is so low this time around. It's kind of scary. I passed out in my greenhouse last week Yikes!
I hope the tests ease your mind and keep us posted.
well my 24 hour came back at 662, I am awaiting to her from my RE and go see my OB tomorrow. I will hve to look into the blood pressure thing. It did get better after about 6 hours, I am super tired and crampy, but not anything period like. I will let you all know what happens.
I just cme bck from the OB, they said they cn not see how I had a + urine HPT as the baby just implanted no erlier then this lst thursdy. I am not s faar along s I thought, everything seems to be fine and my levels are extreemly high, I go back in two weeks for an us and repeat bloodwork. He said I should not hve missed a period till this Sunday or Monday coming. I am glad for some good news but will not rest till I see that heartbeat:)
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