9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i m 8 w 5 d pregnant. 9 i had hcg count 64539 then 11 it dropped to 64483 n on 13 it has increased to 66348. After scan on 9 doc suggested to hv hcg test coz scan was not good.but now hcg is incresed what shall i do??plz suggest me something n help pe is it a positive sign.

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Answer: hi dear! so if the hcg has increased then there is nothing to worry but you will have to take a scan once more to see if the levels have further increased or no . and dont worry your hcg doubles every 48 hrs dear so the hcg might be very high then dont worry for it dear.if its increasing then dont worry it should not decrease dear. take care dear! and dont stress.
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