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By Anonymous July 21, 2017 - 6:32am
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I was sexually assaulted on the 1st June (i know i have mailed you before)
Next day i started bleeding for 6 days (Couldve been due to trauma)
Again, i started bleeding 4th July-8th July which seemed like my normal menstruation cycle until after i felt some sharp cramps and my boobs felt heavy.
I went for a bHCG yesterday which was negative at levels of 4.7 which is negative.
I would typically be in my fertile period right about now so i'm thinking if Ovulation could effect bHCG levels. I am so frightened as i have not told my family what happened. I really have no clear pregnancy symptoms - but feel like my right foot is bruised.

I have NEVER had sexual intercourse. But there was genital to genital contact
and he did ejaculate and i presumed it was away from my vagina.
All HPT's say negative but i don't understand why my bloods are coming up in such a high ratio. Plus, the assault happened when it was round about when my period would be due? Im not sexually active in other ways so i'm questionning on my bHCG really. Can ovulation make HCG levels to rise in your body???

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome again to EmpowHER. I remember you.

Ovulation has no effect on hCG levels. hCG is a hormone that is produced during pregnancy.


July 21, 2017 - 8:34am
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Anonymous (reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

So I don't understand why I bled twice

And why my levels are at 4.7
And all tests are saying negative

I really can't see how I can be pregnant. No pregnancy symptoms whatsoever. AND he never ever penetrated inside! So I'm really confused on why this is happening to me

Was told if a test is negative after 21 days there's no chance but my bHCG is 4.7

July 21, 2017 - 8:53am
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Hello Anonymous,

I suggest you speak with your gynecologist, who much more than I do.


July 24, 2017 - 9:47am
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