Worried :-(

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  1. ElizabethF

    ElizabethF Active Member

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    I tested positive for pregnancy on a 25miu test at 8dpo, 9dpo it said 1-2 on clear blue and I had my bloods drawn that day and my hcg was 35 and progesterone was 116.1(!!!!).

    Went for a scan the other day at 5+2, she saw a sac and a normal looking yolk. She said size comes up between 4-5 weeks which would be a couple of days off and that its naturally too early to see the baby. I have to go back in 2 weeks. She checked for multiples but said one sac and one yolk- no feral pole etc visible yet but she said it would be too early. My hcg levels however....... Were 27,000!!!!

    I am worried now because I've read all these horror stories about what high hcg levels can mean and it's obviously not multiples !
     
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  2. Rhelen91

    Rhelen91 Well-Known Member

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    Didn't want to read and run, but I'm not sure what to suggest. Levels are different for every woman and every pregnancy. If your scan looked normal I'd just try not to worry too much :)
     
  3. ElizabethF

    ElizabethF Active Member

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    Thanks you x
     
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    Mrsbee Well-Known Member

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    What does high hcg levels mean? I was about 5-6 weeks and my hcg level was 33,000 the doctor told me that was perfectly fine he said it was more of a reassurance, my baby is doing fine :) xxx
     
  5. ElizabethF

    ElizabethF Active Member

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    Oh phew I read it could mean the pregnancy isn't viable or downs xxx
     

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