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    can you ovulate and get pregnant with elevated hcg levels?
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    thereseg86 posted:
    I had a molar pregnancy and have been having my hcg tested every week and this week it went up slightly. (from 102 to 104.9) We have been really careful to use protection untill last week. I'm wondering if it's possible i could have gotten pregnant?
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    I am pretty sure that it is possible but you will need to keep watching the hcg levels and eventually if you do not have your period you should have your ultrasound sometime after 6 weeks. At 6 weeks 3 days is around the time your first see the heart beating. Not always but generally thats the starting point. This is what on of the OB/GYN's said to one of our patients when I worked with him last. I work with multiple doctors because I float between them so I pick up these things here and thre. Good luck and good preg vibes.


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