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Hcg Level after ivf 6-Feb-2011

Hi all

Got my result hcg level 700 now.

Dates HCG Level
15-Feb-11 27
17-Feb-11 57
24-Feb-11 700


But since 24 Feb-11 getting bleeding begin with dark brown in the morning but in the afternoon few drop see when pee.


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replied February 26th, 2011
Hello,

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HCG is a hormone which is detectable in the pregnant woman's blood and urine and usually it doubles every 2 to 3 days in early pregnancy.Having dark brown bleeding can be indicative of either implantation bleeding or miscarriage.
Any bleeding in the first trimester especially should not be ignored at all.Kindly see a Gynaecologist immediately for evaluation.

Take Care!


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replied February 26th, 2011
HCG LEVEL 700
Thanks Mitaly

I went for 2nd IVF. 2 Blastocyst transfered on 6-Feb-11. First i noticed dark brown on 14 Feb evening. In the morning went to HCG on 15-Feb-11 Came with 27. RE asked me to go again on 17-Feb-11 HCG double and came with 57. Went for HCG beta again 24-Feb-11 and came with 700 level. During 24 and 25 notice bleeding when going for pee or wipe the paper. Yesterday i saw small blood clot in the water when went for pee it was very small. No bleeding or anything discharging yesterday night 25 feb.

3 Pads get small blood stain during 4 days.

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