I went to the er today bc I have been on and off brown spotting since monday. They said they couldn't do much because I'm not even 4 weeks yet. My hcg level was 347. I go back saturday to get another blood test. Would anyone know If 347 is a good number before missed period?
I never had HCG levels tested when I got pregnant with my daughter... I didnt even have a pregnancy confirmation from my dr... I just called and said I was pregnant so they set up my appointments. I am sure it is different for everyone as far as levels go. And as long as the dr that you saw wasnt concerned I dont think you need to be either. Congrants to you.
Thank you. I never went and got my second blood test the place closed early but I have an apt next tuesday so I will just wait. But no more bleeding! It stopped friday and I've been getting more pregnancy symptoms! I'm so glad :)
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