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Hcg Beta Warnings And Recalls
Hormone: It depends on how you are checking the HCG level. If you are having blood drawn the time of the day does not matter. However, if you are checking a urine test, then the HCG level is usually checked with the first voided specimen of the day. Reason is that in early pregnancy, HCG levels are normally low and if the urine is dilute (as often happens later in day) then you will have false negative. ...Read more
Did my 1st beta hCG 186 31/10 then my second 6/11 now at 3895 . What does this big increase mean ?
Probably normal: The rule of thumb is that HCG levels will double every 2 to 3 days. More rapid increases are not unusual in a normal healthy pregnancy so I do not consider this a negative. The chance of a twin pregnancy is slightly increased, and it is always useful to get a transvaginal sonogram (ultrasound) early in the pregnancy to confirm dates and viability. ...Read more
My beta hCG was 4297 and I was told I was 4weeks along, although I think I just started my 5th week. What is your opinion?
I dont feel any symptoms. My beta hCG after 14 days came out 993. I m very scared as my scan in sceduled tomorrow. Please help?
6-10-14 beta hCG was 226.0 retested 6-12-14 now ita 492 is this good? I was told its good when your beta hCG doubles every 48-72 hours
Yes.: Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) above 25 mIU/ml indicates pregnancy. Early pregnancy hCG levels usually starts below 1,200. It then doubles every 48-72 hours and increases by at least 60% every two days. This pattern continues until about week 10-12, when the HCG plateaus or drops. Rates of HCG increase can vary according to starting HCG. Those starting above 1200 may rise at slower rates. ...Read more
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