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I had light bleeding 20th march till 22nd instead of periods. I did hCG test on 24th march and hCG level shows less than 1.2. Am I still pregnant?

Not at this time. An HCG level of greater than 25 is diagnostic of pregnancy, level of less than 5 essentially rules out pregnancy. If the reading is in-between these two, then it needs to be repeated in 3-4 days. Read more...

I saw online.1preg woman said her hCG levels wer not detected til 6weeks of preg. In such a case can she have had her period or pregnant bleeding b4 6week?

Unusual Stories. Remember anyone can say anything on the internet. This story is impossible to have been true. Trust your gut. You are wise to be skeptical when the story is impossible. Read more...
HCG levels. Her doctor would have to test specifically for quantified HCG levels in order to know them. A basic pregnancy test says only positive or negative. Perhaps this woman did not have quantified HCG levels done until 6 weeks of pregnancy. Pregnancy and full menstrual periods are mutually exclusive. Some "implantation bleeding" (which is not that common) could occur, though. Read more...

I just found out I'm pregnant. My hCG levels are 174. Doctors said I'm a week pregnant, but 3 positive tests. Period was October 11th. Is this normal?

Sure. It could be true. An Ultrasound will be definitive for the age. Best wishes. Read more...
LMP best dating. If you know when your last menstrual period (LMP) was, that is almost always the best dating criteria for pregnancy. Based on your LMP, right now (11/8/2014) you're about 4 weeks pregnant and your baby is the size of a poppy seed, and your due late should be July 18, 2014. Your HCG level is consistent with this; at 4 weeks after LMP HCG should be: 5 – 426 mIU/ml. Congratulations & Best wishes. Read more...

Doctor told me I was around 4-6 weeks pregnant my hCG level is at 75. & im bleeding is there a chance the pregnancy can continue?

Bleeding in pregnanc. It is important with symptoms like this to follow-up with your doctor. Without any cramps or pain it is possible for a pregnancy to continue normally. An HCG needs to be done, then repeated in 2-3 days and see if the number is increasing normally. . Read more...