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Hcg levels dropped at 5 weeks pregnant but no bleeding, will i for sure miscarry?

By June 18, 2011 - 6:38am
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I am 5 weeks at 4 days pregnant. at 4 weeks at 5 days my hcg levels were 1296, then almost a week later they dropped to 1000. I have had a little brown spotting, not even enough to get on my underwear. But other than that no bleeding. Will i definitely miscarry? Has anyone else had a 300 point drop and still carried a healthy baby?

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Hello. We thought we were 10 weeks, three ultrasounds later the sac was measuring at 5 weeks 6 days. That was as of Thursday. They did a blood draw July 14th was at 38028.7today, July 16 they are at 34754.2. Just curious if anyone else has experienced this or could give me some info to kind of ease my mind. Ty

July 16, 2016 - 2:32pm
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I am unsure of how far along I am. I am nursing and not having regular periods. I went in on Friday for my first visit. My HCG was 66699. Then on Monday I had an ultrasound to determine dates. He saw a 22 mm gestational sac and an egg yolk but no fetal poke or heart beat. He drew more blood and HCG is now 61528. No spotting g or bleeding at all. Some slight cramping off and on. I have been nauseous for about a week. My measurements point to me being 6w6d, but the HCG is high for that I think. I've read a molar pregnancy can cause high HCG but since I have a you sac it isn't a molar pregnancy. I'm not sure if I'm miscarrying or if it's too early to see baby.

September 27, 2016 - 9:51am

My levels were in the high 9000s and I got a phonecall today saying they have dropped in the low 9000s. Very concerned, my obgyn called saying they scheduled a sonogram today but I'm 3 hours away. Think I'm going to go to the er for some clarity... Really hoping it's not a miscarriage...

June 24, 2016 - 7:48am

Hi, 25 sept 2015 i did a pregnancy test ( blood test) it came out positive.. Beta hcg 106 . 28 Sept a started spotting only brown, no bleeding! Then yesterday i took a home test, it came out Negative.. Today i tried blood test and it came out my beta Hcg <1 mIu .. So its Negative! 13 oct im supposed to do a echo test.. I dnt know if i should!!

October 7, 2015 - 7:11pm
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Im about 6 wks and my lecels dropped from 1244 down to 241 usually any drop in HCG is an indication that the baby wint make it. Im on day 5 still have not passed baby and cervix is still closed worried about a missed miscarriage. Any advice on what to look for?

August 14, 2015 - 9:48pm
(reply to Anonymous)

I am having simmiler problems. Anything? Did your hormones inrease after they dropped? I am extremely worried and don't wanna loose my naby.

September 30, 2015 - 2:35pm
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Anonymous (reply to justiceforbaby)

Any updates? I'm 5 weeks, Fri my levels were at 496 and progesterone was 26. He put me on progesterone because of previous miscarriage a few months ago. Today my levels were 450 and progesterone is at 29. Have to wait till wed for another blood test.

October 24, 2016 - 11:49am
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Can anyone help me? I was at a 1200 dropped to a 500 rose again to a 900. at the 1200 to 500 drop the dr said its a sign of misscarry, i bleed in office a little when mirena was removed, only when i peed. by the second time i peed blood was barely any. NOthing else since. Went to the dr when i found out my levels were back at 900. She seen a 1 cm spot on uterus (size of a m&M). she said she is not sure what it is and why my levels rose.

July 9, 2015 - 10:34am
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I am having simmiler problems. Anything? Did you have a healthy baby? Did your hormones continue to increase after they dropped?

September 30, 2015 - 2:33pm
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