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    Default Lower then expected hcg levels??

    Hi ladies,


    So I've found I was pregnant via blood test on the 8th of this month
    The first dr we saw said yes everything this fine with the results ,
    I felt that he kind of rushed us so I decided to get a second opinion from a female dr she had some concerns for my hcg leves being to low


    when I had the blood test I would of been 4 weeks and couple of days, the results came back with 433 level which indicates a 1-2 or 2-3 weeks mark


    Just posting this to see if other women have experienced this and ended up having a healthy pregnancy.


    We have gotten an updated blood test to see if the count level has gone up

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    That's a great number for 4 and a bit weeks. My IVF doctor likes over 100 at 16dpo which is the equivalent of 4w2d.

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    This doesn't seem low for four weeks? At four weeks and two days mine was just 89. This was an ectopic and I was unaware. I wish they had have done an early scan to actually check why my numbers were so low instead of telling me to wait and see. I kept getting it checked and it rose significantly over a week. On the day I was admitted into hospital with a ruptured tube it had risen to nearly 4000.
    Ask for a scan if you're concerned. Are you calculating from the first day of your last period? If so 400+ would be normal at that stage.

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    I agree with the others, that number doesn't sound too low? If the blood test was a few weeks ago why don't you ask for a scan to see what is happening?


 

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