Hydatidiform mole

What is Hydatidiform mole?

A vesicular or polycystic mass resulting from the proliferation of the trophoblast, with hydropic degeneration and avascularity of the chorionic villi; the abnormal tissue typically results from expression of paternally derived chromosomes and a loss of maternal chromosomes.

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I am writing this message from Saudi Arabia , my wife was pregnant and before one month while she is having her second month follow up...

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Thanks for writing to us on Healthcare Magic.

First thing, partial vesicular mole (Hydatidiform mole) is one type of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease...

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i have been taking susten 200mg for the last 4months, im six months pregnant . does it have any side effect on my baby? and today my doctor...

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As you are having bad obstetrical history with two previous abortion and one hydatidiform mole, now your pregnancy is high risk pregnancy.

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my hcg levels are 559 is that too high for 4 weeks

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Thanks for posting your query.

Usually for a 4 week pregnancy, an average Serum HCG value is 10 to 500mIU/ml. This can vary(increase or...

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