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Shouldnt an ultrasound be done to verify if there is any embryo growth after they say a miscarriasge has happened but my hcg levels are still increasing but not doubling?
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Yes. If that will make you comfortable I would demand one
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yes a u/s should be done to confirm that a miscarriage has taken pl, especially if your levels are still rising, this would suggest to me that you are still pregnant with a non viable pregnancy, or you have had a miscarriage and it was incomplete, hence the still rising hcg levels. I would request to have a u/s done and not to take any pill to bring on bleeding or have a d&c until this has been done
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I agree with stacey.
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thank you guys for your suggestions....Unfortunately too late. Had a D/C last friday which came up clear then laproscopic surgery to find the pregnancy was inside my R tube which has to be removed. I asked the Dr. on the operating table still for another ultrasound considering my levels had increased by over 300. He still wouldnt do it. my thoughts....The D&C wouldnt of been necessary, then they might of seen exactly what tube the embryo was in and cut down on some of the surgery, What do I know?? Time for a new OB/GYN.
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