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    Default Hcg levels?

    Hi I was just wondering how long it took for your hcg levels to go back to 0, I had a miscarriage at 4/5 weeks and have had three blood tests since and I'm still not back to 0 given I was so early and it happened naturally I thought it would have only taken a few days, also forgot to say its been 3 weeks

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    I'm very sorry for your loss.

    It took 3 weeks for my HCG to drop to 2. I miscarried at 9 weeks.

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    Yes it does take a few weeks. Sorry to hear you lost your baby.

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    Mine took 6wks and 5.5wks to return to "not pregnant". I was 12.5 and 10wks along for each

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    Thanks for the replies it ended up taking 3 weeks I didn't expect it to take so long but these things happen

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    Hugs OP xx

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