Increased free b HCG

Discussion in 'Second Trimester' started by Nikol82, Feb 18, 2020.

  1. Nikol82

    Nikol82 New Member

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    :hug:Thank you
     
    #1 Nikol82, Feb 18, 2020
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  2. mummybear2

    mummybear2 Well-Known Member

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    No experience sorry, but as you said your doctor is happy and not worried so that’s a very good sign!
    It’s natural to be worried and I would be as well if I were you. I worry about absolutely everything so I can’t even say try not to worry so much because I’m guilty of it as well. But like I said. Take some reassurance from your doctor not being concerned.
     
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    I would also try and avoid invasive testing. I think if there was anything majorly wrong it would be picked up on your anomaly scan.

    Oh of course! I was worried before my dating scan, had my dating scan and found out I’m having twins and now I’m worrying about literally everything twice as much! I think it’s just a normal thing in pregnancy to worry. Especially with all the extra hormones going on!
     

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