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Is Beta Of 5500 In Week 4 Bad
You get stoned and..: This will get you stoned and has complex effects on our body, including reducing pain and inflammation. However, using so often regularly would mean one is under the influence most or all the time and I believe that is not healthy for mental/emotional health. If used as a medicine I advise high CBD strains that are less psychoactive, if recreational be more moderate.See http://tinyurl.com/7pleaed ...Read more
Hcg of 82 at 4 weeks 0 days then at 4 weeks 2 days levels where 265, tripling in 48 hours can it be a sign of mulitples?
Chorionic cavity: At 4 weeks 3 days gestation, via transvaginal us, a small fluid filled cavity, the chorionic cavity, can be seen. It's average diameter is 2-3 mm (tiny! look at a ruler). Surrounding it is an echogenic layer about 2 mm thick representing decidual reaction of the uterine lining and the trophoblasts of the developing embryo. The yolk sac is usually identified at 5.5 weeks and embryo at 6 weeks. ...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
Get seen now: Short answer-yes. Get evaluated ASAP.Get a more detailed answer ›
82 yo s/p craniotomy 4 mos ago of l frontal gbm grade 4 and imrt 3 weeks ago, sleepiness, lack of appetite due to loss of taste, confusion. Is this nml?
Craniotomy: The combination of a craniotomy and radiation therapy for a brain tumor plus age the lack of appetite and confusion it is not at all surprising to hear of these clinical findings. Hopefully with time these will resolve and you will become more comfortable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pudding: Change in quality or texture most likely related to dietary changes. If black, tarry and foul smelling may be a sign of dangerous internal bleeding. ...Read more
Day 4 of common cold. Low grade fever each day (no more than 100). Extremely rare for me to even have fever w/colds. Is 4 days of fever w/cold odd?
Natural Sweets: Are you doing this for weight loss or " detox?" anyway, shouldn't cause anything besides diarrhea ( loose stools) but otherwise, you should be fine if you take in adequate calories overall. Just remember, balanced diet is the only healthy diet. Add some veggies to balance out the amount of sugar from the fruits. ...Read more
Is an hCG level of 11.9 in the third or in the second week and is bad gestation please answer me quickly ?
See below: This is low normal wait until the fourth week it should rapidly elevatwe by then but at this point in time this could still be normal. ...Read more
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Variable: There is no specific number and the ranges vary from lab to lab. What is more important is the change in the HCG value over time and it is generally done in serial measurements. ...Read more
My beta HCG was 16,485.44 and after 48 hours is just 21,398.61. I'm in 6 week of pregnancy and the embryo is not visible at echo. Is something wrong?
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What is the role of alpha blockers in prostatitis or in uti? I've been taking ab for 3 months and no betterment is seen.
None: You either did not get read of the infection or your symptoms are not related to an infection. ...Read more
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