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A woman is carrying an embryo, but not enough hCG is getting into her system. Propose a possible treatment that might allow the embryo to be saved.

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Low hCG levels can cause a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy but unfortunately cannot be ``really" treated. However, some doctors prescribed meditations to help you naturally overcome this phenomenon. Proper diet such as eating lean meat, fruits, and non-starchy vegetables can help you regain back the normal level of hCG, and lastly more rest and replenishment for your energy.

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