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Is beta hcg count a threat concern for pregnancy ?

my periods have been irregular sometimes...my last period came on the 28th of jan 2011 after that i didnt have my periods i did a beta hcg test on the 14th of march and the test says 42.2 there is a small areotic echogenic area the doc can see in my right ovary in the ultra sound...i m very worried what can cause the beta hcg count am i pregnant or is it some cycst eriods have been irregular sometimes...my last period came on the 28th of jan 2011 after that i didnt have my periods i did a beta hcg test on the 14th of march and the test says 42.2 there is a small areotic echogenic area the doc can see in my right ovary in the ultra sound...i m very worried what can cause the beta hcg count am i pregnant or is it some cycst...if its not pregnancy is the situation dangerous...please help i m very worried
Wed, 11 Jan 2012
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HCG levels may be raised in conditions other then pregnancy. For ex: molar pregnancy (hyditiform mole), and certain types of ovarian tumors.
No need to be worried, let your doctor make a confirm diagnosis first.
Stress is never helpful, relax and talk to your doctor.
Takecare
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Is beta hcg count a threat concern for pregnancy ?

Hi Welcome to Healthcare magic Forum HCG levels may be raised in conditions other then pregnancy. For ex: molar pregnancy (hyditiform mole), and certain types of ovarian tumors. No need to be worried, let your doctor make a confirm diagnosis first. Stress is never helpful, relax and talk to your doctor. Takecare