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    bleeding but hcg levels are still rising
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    worriedinokc posted:
    found out that i am pregnant last week. The day after i found out i started bleeding.I went to the hospital and they did all the tests. They told me that i was really early in pregnancy which does not really match my lmp but still a possibility. My cervix was also closed. They told me to return in 2 days to check my levels again. Saying they were looking for them to either drop or even stay the same. I went home and the bleeding continued with clotting and everything. Returned to er yesterday and they rechecked my levels and much to my surprise they went from a 24 to a 60. My question is if i miscarried is there any way my hcg levels would continue to go up. the bleeding pretty much stopped last night with only some light spotting today. Not even enough to transfer to the pad. what do you think


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