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My hcg level is 1274 how far along does that make me?
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215752 tn?1278004771
You cannot say exactly how far along are you with the hcg but with the last period and most exsactly with a sono. But you sound like you might be on your 5 week.When was your last period?
454022 tn?1208370394
how do you know exactly what your hcg level is without a bloodtest?
969724 tn?1249747870
My last period was June 4th which would make my 6 weeks today. But according to my dr I might just be about 5 weeks since she did an ultra sound today and wasnt able to see anything. Im a little worried but she had my do a hcg test today and ill do another one on saturday or Monday.
Avatar universal
i did beta HCG blood test after 4 weeks of LMP. what make me worry and ask is that before i know that i'm pregnant i was running daily for half an hour and jump rope for fifteen minutes and this make me think that may be this will affect my baby.

thanks alot for all your help.
964100 tn?1267736433
the same thing happened to me according to my LMP i was 6 weeks and i went to the dr and he did the US it showed that i was 5 weeks so i see we are right behind each other best of luck to you :)
869758 tn?1329522052
When I got my blood work done I asked for a copy of the results.  It reads this:
Gestational Age         Expected Range
0.2-1 week                  5-50
1-2 weeks                   50-500
2-3 weeks                   100-5,000
3-4 weeks                   500-10,000
4-5 weeks                   1,000-50,000
5-6 weeks                   10,000-100,000
6-8 weeks                    15,000-200,000

The higher numbers for the weeks pregnant you are, are only if your having multiples.  The lower numbers are what week you're at when you are having one baby.
So for you, you are a little over 4 weeks, probably almost 5 weeks!  Congrats!  :)
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