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Question: hi i just received my HCG beta pregnancy test i'm 4 weeks pregnant, no sac is displayed in uterus, is there any possibility of ectopic or molar pregnancy detection is confirmed only with HCG beta test
Answer: A qualitative HCG blood test checks if there is a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin in your blood. HCG is a hormone produced in the body during pregnancy. he gestational sac is found in the uterus and on an ultrasound, it appears as a white rim around a clear center. The gestational sac forms around five to seven weeks after the last menstrual period in natural cycles, so it is usually visible between three and five weeks gestational age using a transvaginal ultrasound. so dont worry.. your doctor will suggest you the best.. you will have to wait for 2 more weeks to appear sac... dont think about the ectopic and molar pregnancy... lets hope for the best..
Question: My hcg beta level is 686.20 but in ultrasound no pregnancy is shown.is it baby or sac position
Answer: Dear its the gestational sac which is visible not d baby. Hcg 2000 or more will get to see the baby.
Question: Hii.. i am 6 weeks pregnant... last week i had a tranvaginal ultrasound.. but nothing was seen in it.. no yolk no sac... my beta hcg blood test shows positive pregnancy???. I am worried alot??😥
Answer: Have scan somewhere around 8 wks, sometimes 6 wks is early to see it