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I'm 6 weeks pregnant and today we checked hcg resulting to 1840m IU/ml..is this normal or not please help me
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Repeat th ed test After two days
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Yes it is good count for gestational age, U should do repeat b HCG level after 48hrs.. It should double..  Suggest good pregnancy.. For detail consultation connect with me online
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It is a good count in general. We have to check how it is increasing.
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Hello you are pregnant  and in my opinion  it is adequate level, but still you need some hormonal treatment  for safty, so can chat me on Practo consult app online.
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Need your sonography report. Repeat after 48 hours
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Hi. Repeat the beta hcg after 48hrs, if its doubling then its good pregnancy.
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