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What does it mean if your hcg levels are 6588 at 5 weeks?

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2009-02-21 19:47:24
2009-02-21 19:47:24

It is right at the top end of the normal range. It may mean several things. A scan will show you. you could be having multiples!!! Although I am the same number of weeks with 9313 hcg and I only have a singleton

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