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6 Weeks Hcg
I 'm approx 6 weeks. Hcg 1812 2days ago & 2724 today (52 hrs later). Doubling time about 68 hrs. Mean anything? No ultrasound for 10days. Thank you!
6 weeks hCG 42, 000, then drop to 40, 000 two days later, is the drop really big or should I prepare to misscarry? No cramping or bleeding 7 weeks today
Not: A big drop at all, it's a plateau. Sorry to say, it's worrisome. Have you confirmed intrauterine pregnancy by ultrasound? If not, you need to asap because plateaus suggest ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. If you have confirmed intrauterine pregnancy 100% with ultrasound, then you can follow prrogress safely. Best wishes. ...Read more
Had first ultrasound at 7 weeks 6 days. No cardiac activity and baby measured 6 weeks. Hcg level 46750. Is it possible to have a good outcome?
My 7 week ultrasound showed 1 heartbeat. At 6 weeks hCG was in the 50, 000's. What other reasons would make them so high besides multiples? Not molar.
If your US : At 7 weeks showed a normal htbeat who cares that your bhcg was 50, 000 at 6 weeks as sometimes the number can be off and the main thing is that u have a normal htbeat now, please discuss with your OB but u have a long way to go so don't be so worried unless somehting is found to be wrong. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I started bleeding at 6 weeks. Hcg was only 301. Would anything be seen on ultrasound? What if the baby did not pass? My doctor would not do exam.
6 weeks hCG 700 out of doubling form 48 hour period scan showed yolk sac abnormal shape will it survive was told would probably have miscarriage?
Was on Xeloda (capecitabine) for stage 4 colon cancer and got pregnant. I'm at 6 weeks, hCG rising but not doubling. Heart rate 115. Does my baby stand a chance?
Tough question: Vanessa, first of all, I am very sorry to hear about your colon cancer. I wish you all the best with it. Regarding pregnancy and Xeloda (capecitabine), (capecitabine) it is risky to the fetus. Xeloda (capecitabine) is a category D drug for pregnancy according to the FDA. This means that it has not been studied in people, but it HAS been shown to cause problems when tested on animals. Talk to your oncologist and obstetrician, please. ...Read more