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I had ectopic pregnancy and laparoscopy 23rd of july (hormone lev. 2900 at the time and no more than 6 w preg. How long does it take for hormone to go?

I had ectopic pregnancy and laparoscopy 23rd of july (hormone lev. 2900 at the time and no more than 6 w preg. How long does it take for hormone to go?

Usually: A "rule of thumb" is that hCG drops at about the same rate it rises; so it can take 2-6 weeks for your hCG to fall to zero. It may fall quicker; most women should be followed with blood levels about weekly until they are zero. ...Read more

Dr. Arthur Balin
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Hello. Does a blood test detect sooner than a urine test? Since PMS & pregnancy share same symptoms I can't tell. I'm 47 & on hormone supplementation, phentermine, bupropion & other meds. Period due in 9 days. Have had ectopic pregnancy & miscarriages &

Hello. Does a blood test detect sooner than a urine test? Since PMS & pregnancy share same symptoms I can't tell. I'm 47 & on hormone supplementation, phentermine, bupropion & other meds. Period due in 9 days. Have had ectopic pregnancy &  miscarriages &

A serum HCG might: detect pregnancy a few days sooner than a urine HCG, but, by the time you get to a doctor to have it drawn and then wait for the results, you might as well do a home urine pregnancy test. If you do the test right after you wake up (when the urine is most concentrated) it's quite accurate. You can do the test as soon as 7 days from today. ...Read more

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If your hCG beta levels are doubling an an early pregnancy, do you still have a chance of having an ectopic pregnancy?

If your hCG beta levels are doubling an an early pregnancy, do you still have a chance of having an ectopic pregnancy?

Very small: about 10-12 % of ectopic pregnancies have normal bhcg rise. you should be alarmed if sudden abdominal pain develops with possible diziness and nausea. once your bhcg reaches 1500 a pregnancy should be visible in the uterus,hope this helps ...Read more

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Can an ectopic pregnancy at 8-9 weeks have an hCG level of 1?

Can an ectopic pregnancy at 8-9 weeks have an hCG level of 1?

Not likely: An ectopic pregnancy will produce HCG unless the embryonic tissue becomes non-viable. ...Read more

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How hCG level increase in ectopic pregnancy andhow early it can bw found nd any peculiar symptoms?

How hCG level increase in ectopic pregnancy andhow early it can bw found nd any peculiar symptoms?

HCG : Is found at some amount in any pregnancy. In an ectopic pregnancy the baby plants in the tube instead of the uterus. As it grows and stretches the tube it causes pain. If not found the tube will burst and needing will start and the mom can die. It is not possible for this baby to live. ...Read more

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Can a previous ectopic pregnancy cause a current pregnancy hCG levels to be low?

Can a previous ectopic pregnancy cause a current pregnancy hCG levels to be low?

No: A prior ectopic pregnancy should not have any effect on the HCG levels of your current pregnancy. HCG levels return to normal fairly quickly after an ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage. ...Read more

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With an ectopic pregnancy can my hCG level go from 1 last week to something higher assuming I conceived 8-9 weeks ago?

With an ectopic pregnancy can my hCG level go from 1 last week to something higher assuming I conceived 8-9 weeks ago?

?: I'm not sure what you mean - but if you conceived 8 to 9 weeks ago - you would have known if you already have an ectopic - as you would be in pain, a LOT of pain by now. ...Read more

Dr. James Dukelow
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Hormone (Definition)

A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more


Dr. Gerard Honore
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Ectopic Pregnancy (Definition)

Ectopic pregnancy is an abnormal condition in which the pregnancy occurs ...Read more