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Pregnant. Did hag tests. Each resulted different. What is going on?

Just found out I'm pregnant,I've done 4 hag tests(first was 59,then 2 days later it was 62,then 2 days later stayed at 62,then 2 days later it went to 59) I went to ER and they didn't see anything! Nothing in uterus,Fallopian tubes,ovaries,or even thickening of the uterine wall! What is going on? Could I still be too early in my pregnancy? Why hasn't my uterine wall thickened since obviously I am pregnant? Please help!!
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Usually beta HCG levels above 25 will indicate pregnancy.
And these can double-up in every two days in the early weeks.
But as your HCG levels are not increasing studly and ultrasound didn't show any features of pregnancy, there is less possibility for pregnancy.
You wait for one week and if you do not get periods in that week, repeat the blood HCG levels and ultrasound.
If possible choose some other lab for next investigations.
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Answered: Sat, 11 May 2013
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