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    Default Hormone level decreased a bit

    Hi there
    I am 44 , had 3 miscarriages and got pregnant again. I am 7 weeks and my hormone levels were 86, 445 on Thursday and 85,982 on Saturday., my GP thinks this indicates I will likely miscarry. Has anyone had any hormone level drop and ended up fine? I will schedule an ultrasound to Saturday but wanted to hear some testimonials.
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    I haven't had experience in this but dos you go to the same pathology lab for both?
    Are you sure of dates? Maybe placenta has started working therefore hormones aren't rising as fast.

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    Hi
    Different labs and I am certain of dates
    Today I woke up with o nausea and my breasts are less tender so it looks like another miscarriage on the way.

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    Going down isn't good but it could just be the difference between the two labs. I have to say your levels are super high for 7 weeks wowzers

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    Hi, good news
    Did an ultrasound and saw a heart beat. A new blood test showed an increase to 130,000 so looking good at this stage

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    Yah!!!!!

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    thats great news congrats x

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