Planning for pregnancy

Question: My hcg levels are 0.3 miu/mg.. Lmp was 6 nov.. Pregnancy test are comming negative.. Trying to conceive since september.. But periods are not comming and beta hcg shows 0.3 .. What to do?

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Answer: Hi! You need to follow what ur Dr. says, 0.3 miu cant be pregnancy because its too low, but if u r not getting periods its a concern, and needs to be dealt well, it wont be right to speculate the reason without medical evidence hence pls talk to ur Dr. and follow what he/she suggests... Hope this helps!
Answer: Same situation with me same Lmp 5 Nov no periods no pregnancy test positive Dr help me
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