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Early Pregnancy - Low Level of HCG
I am 26 year old female. Last period was on 7th Jan, 2016 & Menstruation Cycle duration is 31-35 days. I have no history of abortion. We have been married for 3.5 years and have been trying to conceive for last 5 months. I took first pregnancy test on 9th Feb, which was negative. Then I took second test on 18th Feb, which showed a faint positive line. On 20th Feb, I went for TVS ultrasound and Beta-HCG blood test. Ultrasound didn’t show any gestational sac. HCG level in blood was 360 mIU/ml. I repeated Beta-HCG after 4 days (on 24th Feb). This time HCG level was 680. I want to take a second opinion. What should be our next step? We are very worried about health of this pregnancy.
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Hi good evening Thnxs for your question Ur B-HCG reports is in pregnant women rang. But value is low. And in ultrasound there is no Geastational sac in uterus. So I think u should consult Gynecologist to rule out ectopic Geastational sac.
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Ultrasound of pelvis To rule out ectopic Geastational sac.
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Hello, you had faint positive pregnancy test on 18th so wait for two weeks to go for repeated ultrasound scan to see gestation sac .
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