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My LMP was 6w2d had spotting go to ER u/s was done showed gest &yolk sc hCG level 2053 , rep after 4 d was 2478 not doubled should I worried ?

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Dr. Alan Patterson
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Yes it should have

Doubled , but i would get one more in 3 days should double in 3 days and they should have checked a Progesterone level, as a low one is not good and repeat the us in one week cause if u were 6 wk 2d, then in one week should see a htbeat in the sac, so see your obgyn, as an obgyn is better to follow u than.

In brief: Yes it should have

Doubled , but i would get one more in 3 days should double in 3 days and they should have checked a Progesterone level, as a low one is not good and repeat the us in one week cause if u were 6 wk 2d, then in one week should see a htbeat in the sac, so see your obgyn, as an obgyn is better to follow u than.
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Dr. Devin Namaky
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Abnormal

The HCG rise you describe is abnormal.
It is also atypical to see a yolk sac already with an HCG level of 2000, although it is possible. All this does not necessarily mean that your pregnancy is for sure abnormal, since different labs or a vanishing twin can cause an abnormal rise in the hcg. Simply follow up with an obstetrician or gynecologist to recheck the levels and perform an ultrasound.

In brief: Abnormal

The HCG rise you describe is abnormal.
It is also atypical to see a yolk sac already with an HCG level of 2000, although it is possible. All this does not necessarily mean that your pregnancy is for sure abnormal, since different labs or a vanishing twin can cause an abnormal rise in the hcg. Simply follow up with an obstetrician or gynecologist to recheck the levels and perform an ultrasound.
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