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Blood At 4 Weeks Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
In urine: gram postive flora, bacteria, leuckocytes, blood all +1. I'm 4 weeks pregnant and feel like I have to pee right after I pee. Is this 100% uti?
Sounds like UTI: Since you have symptoms of a bladder infection with having to void frequently, and the urinalysis shows infection cells, blood and bacteria, it is very likely you have an uti. I will treat my patients in this situation with an antibiotic that is safe in pregnancy. Speak with your doctor. ...Read more
4 weeks pregnant what is the normal blood level at this stage? Just turned 4 weeks today. On monday had blood work and my level was 74.
Blood level of what?: Assuming you mean blood level of hcg, this is low. Your doctor should be able to explain this to you. ...Read more
I'm about 4 weeks pregnant and I passed a golfball sized clot with blood and am bleeding lightly I'm very worried please help?
Bleeding: I would go to the emergency department ASAP ...Read more
Hi am about 4 weeks pregnant and had a lot of blood loss the day before and now I am just in pain and cramps what does that mean?
Threatened miscarria: Bleeding this early in pregnancy can be due to a threatened miscarriage. If the bleeding is heavy enough to require that you change your pad every hour, please make an appointment to see our doctor. The next steps will be to check the levels of pregnancy hormone HCG. If it above 1500 an ultrasound should be able to detect the pregnancy. A vaginal exam to see if the cervix is closed will help. ...Read more
I'm 4 weeks pregnant and been having daily on and off mild cramping the last 4 days no blood though, hgc level is 800, is this normal?
HCG levels: Vary greatly and increase rapidly during early pregnancy. A single HCG level is not very reliable for predicting pregnancy well-being. It requires repeated HCG levels to monitor the change in the level to provide reassuring or non-reassuring information. Don't worry, your HCG level is in a good range and some cramping is not unusual. Take Folic Acid to help prevent birth defects. ...Read more
I'm 4 weeks pregnant and am lightly bleeding bright red blood. Very mild cramps. Am I losing this baby?
I am approximately 4 weeks pregnant and my first blood work showed my hCG count to be at 40. Is this bad for my pregnancy?
Quality, not Quant: Caution must be used in making too much of HCG numbers. A normal pregnancy may have low HCG levels and result in a perfectly healthy baby. The results from an ultrasound after 5 – 6 weeks gestation are much more accurate than using HCG numbers. The numbers have a broad ranges associated with gestation periods. Assure you get regular check ups with your dr. And supplement with an us. ...Read more
If I'm 3-4 weeks pregnant verified via blood when was conception? Last menstural May, don't remember the specific date nor do i have a due date yet.
Can't say: Without knowing your LMP or your due date, it's hard to say. When we talk about number of weeks gestation, we count from the first day of your LMP. Conception actually occurs two weeks later. So, if you say you are only 3-4 weeks pregnant, to me that means conception occurred only 1-2 weeks ago. ...Read more
Hi there if I calculated right im about 4 weeks pregnant. My hCG is 30 on the blood work that came back. Going 2 test in two days. Worried! Is it bad?
Earlier: At an HCG level of only 30, this indicates that you are much earlier than you think based on this lab test. You are definitely pregnant but have this lab retested in about 48 hours. Within that timeframe, most HCG levels will double. ...Read more
Toxoplasmosis blood test was negative last july. Now I'm 4 weeks pregnant & ate raw meat by accident today. How long should I wait 2test 2 c if I'm infected?
Now: You can have a titer drwan now, if positive you are already immune, if negative recheck in 4 to 6 weeks to see if you have recently acquire toxoplasmosis. You should be aware, you do not get toxoplasmosis from eating raw meat, unless you first handled cat litter and did not wash your hands well. If you have cats, you may have already had toxoplasmosis and the lab work will disclose that. ...Read more
Question? I got my first blood work today with HCG (36) and progesterone(26.8) with medicine. I should be around 4 weeks pregnant. Is that okay?
I'm 9 weeks pregnant. Got a blood test & although not anaemic, my iron levels are lower now than before. Is this normal during the 1st trimester? Why?
Good aftrn doc,im pregnant, in my 1st trimester, had a blood work.My Haemoglobin is 11.7gm%. And HbA1c 4.3%. What does tht mean? Normal ? Thanks docs.
Your A1c is normal. Hemoglobin is lower than desirable though not dangerous. For the sake of your and your baby's health, you should be under the care of a doctor. Discuss, taking iron and multivitamin supplements, with your doctor.
Wish you good health and a healthy baby. ...Read more
2/20/14 post IVF 4 weeks pregnant. Hcg fine at first. U/s this fri saw tiny sac but hCG only 813. No blood no pain. No signs of miscarriage why?
Not certain: At an HCG of 813, it is usually even too early to see a sac in the uterus. At just 4 weeks gestation (usually measured from the first day of your last period), this number would not be innapropriate. I would have them repeat the HCG in 48-72 hours and repeat the ultrasound about 1-2 weeks later. ...Read more
I was 4 weeks pregnant and this morning I had a heavy flow with a few clots of blood as if I got my period. How can I tell if I'm still pregnant?
Hard to tell: See your md asap. Your home pregnancy test will stay positive for several days, so this is not a good measure whether you are still pregnent. Your physician may choose to follow your prenancy hormone levels (hcg levels) to see if they are trending upward (likely still pregnant) or trending downward (likely miscarried). Your doctor may also choose to perform an ultrasound. ...Read more
I'm 4 weeks pregnant and I'm having a red blood stained mucus discharge and tiny clots. I'm feeling some mild cramping, as well. Should I be worried?
Doc appt appropriate: You should see your doctor to have these symptoms evaluated, and check a hcg. ...Read more
Woke up went to bathroom a lot of pink blood when I wiped. Blood clot in toilet and on toilet paper, mild cramping. 4 weeks pregnant.?
I am 4 weeks pregnant and today I passed two blood clots and also had stomach cramps. Pls suggest?
I am 4 weeks pregnant, miscarried 4 months ago. And am.currently in having cramps on my right lower abdomen and inner thigh but no blood. Bad sign?
No: Cramping without bleeding has never been attributed to increase chance of miscarriage. There are many possible causes for your pain. ...Read more
Had a blood pregnancy test at four weeks and it was negative. How accurate is this at four weeks?
I had sex three to four days ago, and I was still spoting with old blood and my boyfriend came inside of me can I be pregnant?
Unlikely: In a few days do pregnancy test. ...Read more
If my HCG blood level was a 7 and then four days later it was at 37 is that at a normal healthy production rate for pregnancy?
Yes: That's an appropriate rise in hcg level. It is way too early to see anything on ultrasound, but that is an appropriate rise. ...Read more
I had unprotected sex a week ago and four days later I had a very light blood flow in brownish color that only lasted for 3 days could i be pregnant?
Very accurate: Four weeks after the last intercourse, blood test would be positive if you were pregnant. At that stage you may also request an ultrasound examination, if there is any doubt. ...Read more
I guess I am four weeks pregnant, I saw thick blood come out yesterday from my virginia, no many cramps, anything to worry abt?
Have a check up: You can not ignore it and I will advise to see your obstetrician asap. ...Read more