Answer & Explanation

The client’s hCG level is 2,550 mU/mL and positive for pregnancy. Progesterone level is 4 ng/mL (12.72 nmol/L). The client is negative for Cullen Sign. No intrauterine pregnancy is seen on transvaginal ultrasound. The client states her last menstrual period was about a month ago. 2) Based on the provided results, the nurse can infer which of the following? a. The client has a urinary tract infection and is pregnant. b. The client has appendicitis and may require surgery. c. The client is pregnant, but no fetal sac noted in uterus. d. The client’s vaginal bleeding indicates she is menstruating.

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