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misscarried and hcg levels are 3000 and still testing positive for pregnancy
Hi I miscarried on oct 21st and I went to my ob gyn on nov 3rd and he did blood work for my hcg levels and they game back 3,000 they were 2,000 and he did a urine test for pregnancy and it came back positive I'm not sure what to think is this all normal my doc said he's not sure what is going on please help Im so confused.
I would ask him to do an ultrasound, and go from there I had a m/c last year it took my levels 2 weeks to go back to normal. I don't know why your levels would be going up. are they sure you did have a m/c. my prayers are with you I know how hard it is to go through this.
It sounds to me like you got yourself pregnant again girly. Ok you did not actually get "YOURSELF" pg LOL!!!!!!!!! My dr told me when I had my m/c it is very common for ppl to have a m/c and while making sure the levels are going down OOPS - They start to go back up because they got pg. I am with the last post. Do an u/s to see what is going on in there. Good Luck.
Yep!!!!!!!! I use to work with a lady who had a m/c and 2 weeks later she was pg again and her daughter is now 23 or so. It can happen. Good Luck. I hope it sticks with you. Let us know when you visit the dr.
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