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Severe pain and discharge after surgical abortion. Chances of molar pregnancy?

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I had a surgical abortion on March 22. I was seen for a follow up on April 11th and was told there was a grape sized partical on my right ovary. I have had strange discharge and some extreme pain since March 22nd. I took a test before I return for another follow up tomorrow and the line is VERY DARK. It was not this dark ever, it actually showed before the other line. Could I have a molar pregnancy? Is there a chance I have a new pregnancy or is this the original pregnancy and was incomplete.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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HELLO

URINE PREGNANCY TESTS BECOME NEGATIVE WITHIN A MONTH AFTER ABORTION.

A POSITIVE TEST 6 WEEKS AFTER ABORTION AND A VERY DARK LINE IS SUGGESTIVE OF GASTATIONAL TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASE.MOLAR PREGNANCY IS A TYPE OF GTD.THE CHANCE OF NEW PREGNANCY IS RARE. IT IS NECESSARY TO KNOW THE SERUM BETA HCG VALUE RIGHT NOW.

Answered: Sat, 11 May 2013
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