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Hi there.Thank you for your question.I am Dr. SH and will be helping you out with your concerns today.
I understand your concerns about Molar pregnancy and Down's Syndrome.
However, I would tend to agree with the nurse in that it is the low levels that are more concerning than the high levels.
I would like that you should have an ultrasound scan which will help diagnose or rule out molar pregnancy. I would recommend doing a transvaginal scan as those are more accurate.
In the meantime, I know it is easier said than done, but I would like that you should relax and not worry too much at all.
Let me know if you have more questions.Please rate me by clicking on one of the rating options at your end as that is the only way I am credited on here for helping you out.Kindest regards
Very high chances that this could be a normal pregnancy.
There are chances that this could be a twin pregnancy but the best way to find out would be an ultrasound examination.
The only way to know for sure is ultrasound.
I understand your concerns.
I am very hopeful that everything should turn out fine for you this time around.
There is no evidence to suggest that keppra would affect the sperms or the eggs.
I am sorry for my late response as I was with a patient here.