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    christinalee posted:
    I found out I was pregnant the 11th I had my blood drawn the 15th hcg was at 355 two days later I had it done again and its at 973, is this normal even though the numbers are low because they doubled in 48 hours?

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    KangarooPouches responded:
    Low HCGs are perfectly normal, as long as they are doubling, thats what matters
     
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    samie_77 replied to KangarooPouches's response:
    I agree with Kangaroo, my first draw was only 33, my 2nd was 95, everyone's numbers vary.


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