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Pregnancy tests positive. Fluctuating low HCG levels. No bleeding, cramps. Miscarriage?

Hi there. i am really confused about a situation. i have taken 4 pregnancy tests and they all came up positive, but when i took a blood test tuesday late afternoon and it showed low hcg levels at 175. thursday early morning i took another one and it showed 190. i have had no bleeding or any form of cramps . am i going to eventually misscarry?
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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In the current scenario, I would suggest a trans-vaginal sonogram to clarify the situation. Doubling serum beta-hCG titres are suggestive of good progress of pregnancy even though the individual values may be lower than normal. In addition, if you are at least one week past your missed period, the sonogram can pick up a gestational sac and also the viability through fetal cardiac activity and fetal pole. If investigations indicate an unfavorable outcome, then it is a miscarriage. So, please wait for some more time before things clarify. Wish you good luck.
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