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possible miscarriage...freaking out.

I'm 5 days late. Last menstrual cycle was 2/14.
I was told today my hcg level was 14. My other app estimates me being 4w4d and everything I look up says that it's extremely low, and I'm cramping but I was told that is normal. I'm really don't know what to think.
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At this point u can only wait and see from what I was told the number doesn't matter as long as it doubles I think like every 48 hours I would just keep on contact with ur doc best wishes
5098230 tn?1430974779
All women have a natural hcg balance. You probably arent pregnant
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Y would you tell her she probably isn't pregnant? So rude! I started out with a level that low and I am 37 weeks now. You could just be super early.
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Thank you guys. I'll just disregard that negative comment and hope for the best.
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Yea some people are so rude. I hope everything turns out good for you, I personally know how sad a miscarriage is and I hope you don't have to go through that.
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Hey just because your last period was 4 weeks and a few days ago that doesn't mean that you are 4 weeks and a few days along you might only be one or two weeks because of the conception date . So just relax cramping is normal everywhere I read said they would be mild cramps but both times I have been pregnant the cramps are extreme and way worse than period cramps. If there is cramps and a lot of bleeding that's when you need to worry
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They consider hcg above 5 technically pregnant, sooo she is indeed pregnant! Like someone else said try not to focus on the number so much and just focus on it doubling. Fingers crossed for you that your levels are rising!!
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