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Hcg betas 14dpo-70 16dpo-106 18dpo-169. No bleeding/cramping. What are chances of blighted ovum? Ectopic? Chemical pregnancy? Viable pregnancy?
All possible: need to be followed to see what the next value is by your doctor (which is whom I assume is ordering these tests) ...Read more
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No: In all normal pregnancies there is a cyst that develops in one ovary called the corpus luteum cyst. This cyst supports the early pregnancy and goes away on its own. Sometimes a "cyst" seen in or near the ovary does represent an ectopic pregnancy (most often in the fallopian tube". This is often accompanied by pain and bleeding. ...Read more
Details?: If pt lost a fallopian tube due to ectopic may take sev months longer to conceive. Higher risk for ectopic after having an ectopic (on the order of ~ 20% risk of ectopic). Need to see your doctor as soon as pregnant and have hormone levels folowed for appropriate increase in levels, and to have sono done early looking for baby developing inside the uterus - or for any signs of another ectopic. ...Read more
What are they?: Do you mean what questions should you be asking when you are in your 3rd trimester? I.E. What should you expect during this time period? How is the body changing? When to epxect contractions? What r signs/symptoms of labor? Should you change diet/activities? Can u still have relations? What medicine u can/cannot take if ill? There r many more. I am not sure if u mean such as these. Good luck. ...Read more
14dpo hCG 174, 16dpo hCG 342, 22dpo hCG 5656, progesterone 54. Could fast doubling time indicate molar pregnancy?
No: Molar pregnancies are almost never diagnosed this early. Good news! The hCG is rising at a mostly appropriate rate, the "doubling time" is not exact. Why are so many quants being done so many days in a row? ...Read more
Unlikely: While tubal spontaneous abortion is known to happen. .. it is extremely unlikely and that is reason that ectopic pregnancy needs treatment by a skilled ob.gyn TUBAL damage has already happened which lead to the ectopic in the beginning. This means there is high risk if another ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
Implantation: Implantation bleeding is not really as common as the internet would have you believe. When it does happen it's usually 6-12 days after ovulation. A pregnancy test 7-10 days after unprotected intercourse is much more helpful. Implantation bleeding occurs exclusively in pregnant women. If you have a positive pregnancy test and are experiencing bleeding then you need prompt evaluation. ...Read more
Pregnancy: It usually takes a month or so after a miscarriage to regain your normal cycle. So it would be unlikely that you are pregnant immediately. Nevertheless it is possible that you ovulated sooner. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Hello, If you are pregnant and bleeding, it could be due to implantation and or early signs of miscarriage. Keep in mind, just because you have spotting/bleeding, it doesnt mean that you will end up with a miscarriage but follow up with ob-gyn is important. ...Read more
If my ultrasound showed a crown rump length of 4 mm before I miscarried - could I still have a complete molar pregnancy? I know for Partial molar, you might see a fetus with other growth. My question is - does "something" that showed a crown rump length
Before I miscarried my ultrasound read: Gest Sac: 29 mm 8w 0d CRL: 4 mm 6w 1d +/- 0w 4d Could I have a COMPLETE molar pregnancy? Or is only partial an option? My gestational sac was measuring large and a crown rump length was measured.
Hard to answer: Ultrasound features – Partial moles are often indistinguishable from complete moles on ultrasound. However, demonstration of fetal parts favors the diagnosis of a partial mole. Histological analysis of the aborted tissue is usually helpful in confirming the definite diagnosis. Your case demonstrates significantly enlarged sac which may happen with any molar pregnancy. ...Read more
What can cause bleeding, not spotting, in 1st trimester of pregnancy besides miscarriage, ectopic, and molar?
Implantation: It can be what they call an implantation bleed when a fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall. It can cause a variety if symptoms - from spotting to a quite significant bleed. ...Read more
I just had a sonogram at 6 weeks 2 days pregnant and the tech said I had a corpus luteum cyst on my ovary. What is this? Is it normal? Especially, if I have had a miscarriage (due to a partial molar pregnancy) and one healthy baby.?
I had 1 successful pregnancy, suffered miscarriages, then another successful pregnancy thanks to prometrium (micronized progesterone). Will I have to take it again when i get p?
Im 6 wks pregnant. When should I stop worrying about having a miscarriage? Also, is E cigarettes safer than regular cigarettes during pregnancy?
Stop smoking: Smoking raises the risk of miscarriage. Stop smoking to decrease your risk of miscarriage and many other harmful effects to you and your baby. There are no studies regarding the effects of E Cigs or Vaping in pregnancy so the best choice if to stop. E Cigs likely exposed your baby to less chemicals than cigarettes but neither are considered safe. ...Read more
My wife 2times problem in initial stage of pregnancy i.E after two weeks red-blackish gel like mass comes from her ovary and then after miscarriage ?
Miscarriage: I'm so sorry you're going through this. It sounds as if your wife is having repeated miscarriages. Your wife needs to be evaluated by a doctor to assess why she is having repetitive miscarriages. ...Read more
I had a miscarriage at 15 weeks. Pregnancy didn't show up on urine or blood test until I was 11 and three fourths weeks. Will this always happen if p?
Consult MD: It does not seem possible that you were 15 weeks pregnant unless something was wrong right off the bat. Please consult your md. ...Read more
Is it ?: didn't find much actual facts supporting that but it seems like everyone 'knows it'. The sites that claim it occurs say the 'uterus' matures. higher likelihood of miscarriage / complications if someone is too young or too old. And... the majority of causes of increased miscarriage rates (diabetes, smoking, others) can be fixed when identified. I suspect, because people become more careful ...Read more
GYN: late term: it seems this question has been submitted under different names. Call your GYN- this is a tough call and quite late for an abortion.I doubt that any HealthTap physician will give you instructions on how to self abort and asking the same question under different names will not help you. Call for a GYN evaluation ASAP. ...Read more
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What can I do about these symptoms? I am a 44 yr old woman & here is my gynocelogical history: I have had 3 pregnancies in 1 year's time. The 1st one ended in a miscarriage at the end of the 3rd month, the 2nd one, 6 months after the 1st, was an ectopic p
I : I am sorry that you are going through all of that. That is a wide variety of symptoms. The best advice would be to seek out a low cost or no cost clinic in your area. The best start may be to start at planned parenthood who could evaluate your abnormal periods and discharge, and could refer you to another low cost or no cost provider for assessment of your other symptoms. There are providers who will help you so please be sure to start calling to be seen. ...Read more
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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
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