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What have your HCG levels been at 4 weeks?

(9 Posts)
DuRezidal Fri 10-Mar-17 17:10:57

I had a blood test today and it was 357 and tomorrow I will be classed as 4 weeks.

Ferrisday Fri 10-Mar-17 19:31:28

I would think very few people have a blood test at 4weeks.

McBaby Fri 10-Mar-17 20:10:42

67 at 3+5 and 670 at 4+2.

purpleviolet1 Fri 10-Mar-17 20:18:03

427 at the top of my head....

HopingForALittleOne Fri 10-Mar-17 20:36:43

I found this on A website - hope it helps x

Chintaria Fri 10-Mar-17 22:17:55

Sounds good to me. Mine was 72.5 at 4 weeks exactly, and I went on to miscarry at 8 weeks... My sil's was 250, and she's now 13 weeks pg 😊

Caterina99 Sat 11-Mar-17 01:13:56

Mine was 22 at 4 weeks + 1. Had previous ectopic so told to come in for bloods asap. They basically told me it didn't look good as it was far too low and I was mega stressed about it. More than doubled every 48 hours and scans so far showed healthy baby at 9 weeks with my dates spot on.

So basically I think hcg levels mean very little and it's the rate of increase that matters.

Charlydos1234 Mon 10-Apr-17 20:45:54

Need some advice please. I should be 8 weeks Thursday. I had a slight pink- blood so went hopital to be checked and they could not find any sign of pregnancy. Please see my hcg levels below
Tuesday- 704
Thursday- 986
Saturday-1197
Monday- 1498

Consultant saw sac on scan today and said everything looks as it should do but is concerned due to I look more like 4-5 weeks pregnant and of course my hcg levels are not doubling. I have to go back in 2 weeks.

Has this happened to anyone and have they gone on to have healthy pregnancy's?

Please help I'm a nervous wreck.

Thank you

OnNaturesCourse Tue 11-Apr-17 04:18:54

Mine were 854 at 4+1 weeks then 2000+ at 4+3

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