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Hcg Hormone Levels After Miscarriage
10weeks pregnant but sono and recorded 7weeks and no fetal heartbeat and its motionless also hCG hormone level dropped can it be a miscarriage?
Yes: I'm sorry, but miscarriage sounds like a strong possibility if the size of the embryo is smaller than how far along you think you are, and also if there's no heartbeat. There almost always is an easily identifiable heartbeat by 7 weeks gestation. I could be wrong, but be prepared for the possibility that i'm correct. ...Read more
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
I miscarried 4 weeks ago. When I use the hCG hormone i bleed and clot badly, when i don't i stop. Is this normal and should I be taking it?
Not sure why?: I am not sure why you would taking HCG hormone. You would have to clarify the reasons for its use in your situation. Also, if you think you miscarried 4 weeks ago and now are having bleeding and cramping, you need to be seen by your doctor to confirm that this is not an incomplete miscarriage, or something worse, such as an ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
I had misscarraige about 2weeks and was told hCG hormone was totally gone and me and hubby had sex last nite and want to get preg. Can i get preg qk?
Unlikely: There is some evidence that getting pregnant too soon after a miscarriage can increase your risk of a repeat miscarriage. At a minimum you should wait until you have your first period. It might be better to wait a couple of months to give your body a chance to heal. It would be unlikely that you would get pregnant 2 weeks after a miscarriage. ...Read more
Can take a long time: It can sometimes take a very long time for pregnancy hormone levels to completely go below the detection limit of the test (e.g., 5 mIU/ml). As long as there is pregnancy hormone activity around it is better to follow it to be sure it does not flare up. It is also good to be on effective birth control during this time period. Otherwise a new pregnancy can be mistaken for a flare up. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had an early miscarriage on July 29th however the nausea I had felt from beginning of pregnancy has continued and gotten more intense. My OB/GYN took blood test for hcg levels and they went all the way down by 2 weeks after. What could be causing the co
HCG isn't the only: cause of nausea during pregnancy. High estrogen levels and other unknown factors may contribute to it. You don't mention if you've started having periods again. If all your hormones are back to pre-pregnancy levels and your periods have returned to normal, perhaps its time to look for another cause. I wish you the best. Dr. Anne ...Read more
Not normal: You need to see a doctor locally to follow this. ...Read more
Possible Pregnancy: Whatever clots or specimen you had when you had the miscarriage should have been examined by the pathologist to determine the presence of embryonic or fetal parts because otherwise the HCG elevation means you still have the conceptus/embryonic/fetal parts inside you. Other possibility is a growing tumor that is secreting hcg. ...Read more
7-60 days.: Return of the serum HCG concentration to undetectable following pregnancy termination varies widely from 7 to 60 days. The period of time depends primarily upon the HCG concentration at the time of termination. The HCG concentration peaks at 8 to 11 weeks at approximately 100, 000 miu. This is in contrast with term pregnancy, for which the HCG concentration is lower. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would my hcg levels be at 13 4 weeks after a miscarriage when my level then was 18.2 on the day I miscarried I was only 4 weeks then.
Miscarried: An hCG level 25mIU/ml is considered positive Most women can expect their level to return to non-pregnancy level in 4-6 weeks and this time frame depends upon how high the hCG level was at the time of the miscarriage The level should be monitored by your heath care provider until it is back to ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. (Pregnancy losses after the 20th week are called preterm deliveries.) A miscarriage may also be called a "spontaneous abortion." This refers to naturally occurring events, not medical ...Read more
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