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Should i go for DNS to confirm my pregnancy ?

Doctor I am conceived my Day Is 43 Day – For The Past 5 Days I Had A Bleeding And My Doctor Suggested To Go For Beta HCG Test Through Blood – On 24Th Jan 2011 Was 6490 Value And 26Th Jan 2011 Was 5336 Value. Doctor Suggested Me To Do DNC. I Have 10 To 15 Drops Of Bleeding At Night Time And Morning 2 To 3 Drops Of Bleeding. Can I Wait Till My 45Th Day? My Ultrasound Scan Shows 5 To 6Th Gestation Maturity Of Embryo. Please Suggest Me Whether I Can Go For DNC Or Can I Wait Till 45Th Day? Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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As im sure you know,HCG levels should increase while your pregnancy advances.You HCG levels are lower than the normal range for your gestation period.Please remember that These numbers are just a giudeline as even low HCG levels produce healthy babies.But if you are having continous bleeding and the ultrasound shows blighted ovum/no heart beat/ectopic then you need to terminate the pregnancy.I personally would rather depend on the ultrasound finding.At 6-8 weeks the heart beat should be present.If not then then you will need to terminate.
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