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Q: 4wks pregnant after miscarriage 9wks ago

4wks pregnant, went for scan which showed intaurine, had first hcg levels done on the 1st September which showed 9600 had 2nd done today which now shows 12400, consultant says should of doubled. No pain or bleeding just feel very sick, very constipated with extremely tender breasts. Being re scanned tomorrow.

This question was asked Sep. 3, 2017 7:09pm
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Answered by panchal - Sep. 5, 2017 10:27am
Congratulations on your pregnancy. It’s always better to consult your gynecologist than searching your answers in different forums. You seem very confused and puzzled. Please don’t be confused and trust your gynecologist. In pregnancy, nothing is for sure. Sometimes, one doctor says one thing and another doctor says some another thing. Please consult a very good gynecologist for your problems.

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Answered by ajayrana - Sep. 4, 2017 5:59pm
first off congratulations on your pregnancy. As for your HCG and scanning, the consultant is right there should be a two fold increase, however, not everything in a pregnancy always goes by the book. So, whatever it is don't stress yourself out as that can't help at all and as you are feeling quite sick that is more reason for you take rest and calm yourself. There is a very rational and surely treatable reason for this im sure. so just weather the storm and see what your scans have to say and im sure that your doctor will give you the necessary guidance and ensure to walk you through the process if there is anything wrong. it may not be anything except maybe changes in your nutrition/diet or lifestyle pattern if needed. Hang in there!

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