Your lab data IS confusing, but the good news is that the ultrasound trumps the blood work. If they can see an appropriately-sized fetal pole with a heart beat, there is about a 90% chance that the pregnancy will continue. If you were my patient, I would advise you NOT to do any more blood levels, because I would not really know how to interpret them! I would probably repeat an ultrasound in a week to two weeks though, just to be sure that the baby was growing appropriately. I might also check a progesterone level. Both tests are really over-kill and don't HAVE to be done.
I definitely DO recommend that you report any bleeding or severe cramping symptoms, but other than that, I think you are on your way!
Try not to stress yourself and pray. GOD IS A GOD OF MIRACLES. I was told and have read not every woman is alike. Every woman will not have high or fast rising hcg levels . Women have deliverd beautiful healthy babies with low hcg levels. You can not base your pregnancy on the levels. I was worrying myself to death because of that. My first hcg level was 107 and I was told they were concernd about it being etopic or me miscarrying. I told the nurse that she should not go by my last menstrual period because I know when I conceived which was a week later. My 2nd hcg level was 252 and my third was 3229. I still have to have another test done next week.
Each woman pregnancy progress at different rates. So just think positive and positve things will happen