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    found out i'm pregnant but i've been on my period for 10 days. The ER did a blood HCG test today and it was 30 they said i was 3-4 wks pregnant. Is there a chance I'm still pregnant or am I miscarring?
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    you are more than likely having a misscarrage 30 is wayyyy to low for HCG levels, that wouldn't even make a preg. test possitive. and the bleeding is not good , I've heard of women having their period still but you should NOT be bleeding!!... It is a tough time ,I know because I had one before....


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