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Levels didn't rise when will it start?
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Posted 25 July 2019 - 08:29 AM
On Monday my levels were 137 at 4 weeks 3 days and 2 days later it had only gone up to 152. Doctor said its not a viable pregnancy. I had some spotting yesterday and a bit of cramping but today there is nothing. The wait is killing me I just want this over with, it's my second m/c in a year.
With levels that low do you think it will happen soon?
Posted 25 July 2019 - 10:42 AM
No. But it seems I don't need to as light bleeding has started
Thanks for your reply.
Posted 26 July 2019 - 12:18 PM
The light spotting stopped and it never went red or into a flow.
So I haven't miscarried. I am confused.
I tested with a digital today and it said 2-3 wks pregnant.
Can levels go up even though you have a non viable pregnancy?
Posted 26 July 2019 - 02:42 PM
yep get bloods again.
its only a miscarriage if your HCG goes below the lsat test.
A slow rise can be fine and it can mean not viable.
Not viable is very different to a miscarriage and medical intervention may be required so you need to go back to the Dr and insist on another HCG.
Im sorry you are going through this
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