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Transvaginal Ultrasound H Cg Levels
You def need f/u: You should definitely follow that HCG level within 48-72 hours and be followed by an ob/gyn. Usually by 1500-2000 hcg, if the pregnancy is in the uterus, we should be able to see it. One possible explanation may be a pregnancy outside of the uterus, something called ectopic pregnancy. It is super important that you follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
My hcg level is 2417, when transvaginal ultrasound done there was no gestational sac or yolk sac. Is this common or should I be worried?
Hcg level on 4/14 was 1299 & on 4/16 is 1288. Transvaginal ultrasound on 4/14 showed an irregularly shaped fluid collection in my uterus. Miscarriage?
Anything i could do/take to lower my hCG levels? 3 transvaginal ultrasounds and 3 blood-tests show mc but dr. Won't treat, just wants more tests.
LMP is on 25/1/2016 +ve HPT hcg level is rising very slowly like 73,351,968,1240 at 1st vaginal ultrasound seen nothing at 7wks except small cyst?
Went for an 8 week vaginal ultrasound after spotting doctor found no baby in sac my hCG levels were 21000 i will be going back in three days to re tes?
Follow up imperative: You have either had a complete miscarriage, or more seriously an ectopic pregnancy. You need to follow-up with your doctor without fail. He/she will re-check b-hcg level, and probably order another ultrasound. With your b-hcg levels that high, a fetus should be seen in the uterus. Consultation with your ob/gyn is mandatory. Go to er for any abdominal pain, or significant vaginal bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At 8weeks the doctor did an abdominal ultrasound and couldn't find the baby. He send me to do a vaginal one in 2 days I am scared hCG level 41, 000?
Calm Down!: The HCG level you give could be seen in a 6 wk pregnancy. Would be hard to see with abdominal sono. Molar pregnancies tend to have higher HCG values. Get the vaginal sono and find out for sure. If there was a problem then it is best to get it over with earlier than later. Hope things work out for you! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 weeks 2days per transvaginal ultrasound today. Progestrone week and half ago was 14.6. Hcg today 16k.Gest. Sac, yolk sac, cr embro flicker? No hb.?
Concerning: you should see a heartbeat at an HCG of 16k. Repeat the HCG and ultrasound in 36-48 hours for appropriate rise and re-attempt at seeing cardiac activity. If the HCG is not rising appropriately, then unfortunately it's a miscarriage. ...Read more
I went to the hospitle yesterday. I am supposed to be 9 weeks 1 day pregnantnant and my hCG levels agreed and showed that they should have seen a healthy pregnantnancy. But according to my tran vaginal ultra sound they said it was abnormal and didn't matc
You should have seen: Your doc or the obgyn who was on call for the er, today, i just answered this ? U need to see an obgyn asap. ...Read more
I found out I was pregnant last week measuring 5-6 weeks in a transvaginal ultrasound. We saw a sac and a yolk but no baby. Is this normal? Hcg levels
Not uncommon: It's not uncommon to not be able to identify the fetal pole on a 5-6 week US. This is why we usually wait a little longer before doing any ultrasounds. Good thing is you know your pregnancy is in the right place, and it may just take a few weeks to see it well on. Try to relax and just be. There's nothing to be done for the fetus at this point either way, so just take good care of yourself :-) ...Read more
An ultrasound is an imaging study in which a probe emits and receives sound waves which rebound off of internal organs in order to visualize them. For a transvaginal ultrasound a specially designed probe is lubricated and placed into the vagina in order to better ...Read more
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