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    I found out I was pregnant 26th February. I had bloods that day that came back 178.. I was happy with that (it was the Thursday)
    I am breastfeeding a 7 month old so I have no idea dates etc because I still haven't had af return.
    On the Monday afternoon I had bloods taken again and they came back at 351...
    Not a big rise at all but I was happy enough with it.
    Wednesday they were 365.
    My question is, has anyone else had any hcg results like this and still gone on to have a healthy pregnancy.
    I am still getting positive tests, I feel fine and I have had an US that didn't suggest ectopic etc...
    I'm having more bloods Monday but I just thought so piece of mind some of you could share your stories if similar.
    My thoughts at the moment are that "most" people would probably go for initial blood tests... it would come back with a number (like mine at 178) and they would wait for a scan etc....
    I'm staying positive but I though you might be able to share too...
    I have no bleeding, no cramps!

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    Hi @NewMrs your doctor is probably best to advise you, but you can check out websites like betabase.info for comparison with other HCG levels and doubling times.

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    There are also some good calculators and some good info on this website: http://www.babymed.com/hcg-level-in-early-pregnancy

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    Hi I have experienced the same thing but unfortunately it didn't end well. However, when I was going through it and asked on my local mums FB page a few people said they had slow rising hcg and went on to have normal pregnancies.

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    I had low rising hcg and sadly it didnt end well for us. Ive heard many stories that have had a positive outcome though and hopefully thats the same for you.

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    My doctors isn't sure what's going on. And while I'm not bleeding has said anything could happen.


 

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