Cramps But No Period But Pregnancy Test Negative

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Alternative Names

Serial beta HCG; Repeat quantitative beta HCG; Human chorionic gonadotrophin blood test - quantitative; Beta-HCG blood test - quantitative; Pregnancy test - blood - quantitative

Normal Values

HCG levels rise rapidly during the first trimester of pregnancy and then slightly decline.

What abnormal results mean

Higher-than-normal levels may indicate:

  • Choriocarcinoma of the uterus
  • Hydatidiform mole of the uterus
  • Normal pregnancy
  • More than one fetus -- for example, twins or triplets
  • Ovarian...
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