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Having heart burns, painful breast, nausea, discharge. History of miscarriage. What are the possibilities?

Hi, my HGC levels are over 30,000 but when I got an u/c done all they saw was a tiny little spec. The doctor said it could be that I am really early or I have miscarried. The Doctor kept repeating to me that my levels are too high to not see anything. I have a history of miscarriages but I also have a 3 year old daughter so I know I can carry a child to full term. My concern or should I say my glimmer of hope is that I have never felt more pregnant unlike my other miscarriages where there were no symptoms . I am nauseous every day, boob hurt, heartburn , pregnant women discharge , etc. What are the possibilities? Can HGC levels be that high with no visual?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting your query on health care magic.
HCG of 30,000 suggests pregnancy or remnant of pregnancy products after d&c.
I suggest you to get serial Beta HCG levels.
If HCG levels doubles in 48hrs, pregnancy is confirmed.
If HCG remains the same, then it is incomplete abortion.
Consult a Gynecologist for further treatment.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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