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Hcg Levels After Early Miscarriage
My hCG levels haven't decreased to zero since three weeks early miscarriage and I'm spotting lightly again. What does that mean?
Could be normal..: Your level may never reaches zero--as some nonpregnant females have level at 3-4 all the time, up to 5 is considered normal. Having a miscarriage just few weeks ago, your next period may not be normal--could be lighter or heavier than usual. If you are concerned that you could be pregnant again, do a quick hpt. Consult with doc. Good luck. ...Read more
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When my hCG levels didn't rise after 140, dr told me to expect a period for an early miscarriage. It was a light long period for two weeks. Two weeks after I took a pg test and it immediately said pregnant. Why is that? Shouldn't my hCG levels be under 5
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
Hello, I ha two early miscarriages. Both happened in 5 weeks. My hCG levels were each time very low 6.5. Please help me. Why do I miscarry so early?
Blighted ovum: There are so many things that must happen just right at just the right time for us to have normal babies that it is miraculous that it happens at all. Some studies suggest that 1/2 of all pregnancies end in miscarriage and 1/2 or the time we don't even realize we are pregnant. There are a lot of things that can cause this including genetic problems. See a doctor specializing in high risk pregnancies ...Read more
In short, yes: Dropping HCG levels mean an abnormal pregnancy if they are measured during the early weeks of pregnancy, this does not hold true if measured later in pregnancy when levels can drop and be normal. There are occasional time when they may not rise as expected when there are significant maternal illnesses as well. ...Read more
Why did I have early Rised HCg levels, and late implantation then miscarriage? I have thrombophilia, can this be the cause?
Yes: Any clotting disorder can make implantation difficult but not impossible. However, the most common reason for miscarriages are genetic malformations. ...Read more
I had a miscarriage two 2 weeks at 6weeks and 4 days. Is it to early to start and try to concieve. I have no bleeding and hCG level is down to 4.?
Sure, if U want to.: There is no limitation to sexual activity after a miscarriage, other than how you feel and if you think you are ready for it. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily orally and resume sexual activity as soon as you feel up to it - with or without protection depending on whether you desire a pregnancy at this time or not. Best of luck! ...Read more
HCG level 227. LMP 9/3/17 No sign of early preg on transvag US. No repeat labs yet. Would you lean towards miscarriage?
Periods are lot of times unreliable
With hcg 227 it is normal not to see pregnancy on ultrasound
Please repeat hcg in 48 hours and if increase more than 50% then chances of normal pregnancy is high ...Read more
My hcg level 28 000 and ultrasound showed sac but no baby er dr told me I had a miscarriage. But I am not bleeding or cramping could I have been early?
Possibly: It may be that you are too early for the ultrasound to detect an embryo. Would wait a week and repeat the study. There should a big change. ...Read more
Just had my third miscarriage in a row and when I started bleesing went to a&e and was told my hCG level was 5 can it be a problem with the progestron?
Could be cervix, etc: This could be due to an incompetent cervix and may need what is called a cerclage to correct it. There could be a Progesterone deficiency and so supplements may help. There could be other issues, like chromosomal abnormalities, preeclampsia, and hypothyroidism involved, so it would be smart to see your doctor for an exam and hormone studies to find out. Best of luck. ...Read more
Pregnancy hormones: Hcg should increase (double) every 48 hours. A normal pregnancy can have some form of variation to this. Follow up with your obgyn to make sure they are actually decreasing or increasing. A normal pregnancy can sometimes not follow this rule. ...Read more
Bleeding.: Bleeding of some kind at least. Could even have been like a period. ...Read more
No: Hcg alone cannot tell one they are going to miscarry. In early pregnancy the HCG should double every 2-3 days. If it is falling, or is not rising substantially over time, it is likely that there is a problem with the pregnancy (impending or current miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy). Once there is a visible pregnancy on ultrasound, hcgs have little value, and the ultrasound is more meaningful. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on how high the level was to begin with. If the miscarriage is complete, the level will go down quite rapidly and generally should be negative in 10-14 days. ...Read more
Not likely: It is unlikely that you would ovulate while your HCG is still elevated. ...Read more
Hcg ; Miscarriage: It can take about a month for your HCG to drop down to 0 after a miscarriage. Certainly you could get pregnant afterwards as long as you are ovulating (you would know because you'd get a period afterwards), however most doctors recommend waiting a few months after a miscarriage prior to trying for pregnancy, usually about 3 months. ...Read more
28 HCG level, spotting, no clotting, no pain, RH shot given, mean no miscarriage everything will be okay? 5 wks.
Possible: HCG of 28 at 5 weeks is extremely low. Maybe your dates are wrong? HCG is impossible to interpret as an isolated study. The trend is the most important. I always order a second hCG 48-72 hours after the first. ...Read more
Can hCG level redice from 2000 to 1000 in 3 days in case of tumors or is it definotely miscarriage only. Lmp 6 weeks?
Likely miscarriage: The half-life (time it takes for half of substance to disappear) of HCG is somewhere between 24-36 hours. Since your level is declining, miscarriage is likely. It dropped slower than the expected 1/2 in 24-36 hours because some of the cells in the placement are still alive and thus producing some hcg, albeit declining. Please consult doc for care. I am very sorry for your loss. Good luck. ...Read more
I miscarried 9 weeks ago & my HCG levels are still present but they are dropping. Is this normal or signs or new pregnancy?
Probably Normal: As long as it is coming down it is not from a new pregnancy, because in that case it will be going up. It can take anywhere from 9 days to 35 according to American Association of clinical chemistry but it may take longer in some cases depending on how late in pregnancy was the miscarriage and how high hcg level was at the time of miscarriage. Why did the doctor ordered HCG level after miscarriage? ...Read more
I had miscarriage in jan when I was 50 days pregnant. Now I am pregnant again and my hCG level is 502 for 45 days. Is it fine?
Follow levels: The HCG level is best followed with serial levels which should double every 2-3 days. A very low or high level could indicate you became pregnant later or earlier than you think. This is particularly true if you had a recent miscarriage or irregular cycles. ...Read more
Is 1.00 hCG level means I natural got all my baby product of miscarriage out. ..Am I back to normal? . Nd can I get pregnant again
Yes: An HCG level of 1.0 essentially means that there is no meaningful HCG in your system. It is a good sign that all miscarriage tissue has passed and that you are on the road to returning to normal cycling. There are varying opinions as to when to try to get pregnant again. Ask your doctor for advice as to when to begin trying again. Good luck. ...Read more
U/s showed gestational sac measuring 5 wk 1 day. Hcg level went from 4200 to 4700 in 48 hours. Is this normal or miscarriage likely?
Not certain: You are early and the US is consistent. The rule of thumb is for the quantitative HCG to double by 72 hours. Are you bleeding, any cramps. Make sure you check with your OB. ...Read more
Threatened miscarriage with hcG levels at 6, 180. About 72 hours later hcG has doubled to over 12, 000. Still a chance of miscarriage?
Threatened: There's always a chance of miscarriage but that strong rise sounds very positive. You don't say a gestational age or if a heartbeat (and a yolk sac) are seen on ultrasound, those are very positive signs as well. Good luck. ...Read more
My HCG levels went from 209 to 296 in 48 hours. No bleeding or pain am I just a slow riser or am I looking at a possible miscarriage?
I was told that there would be bleeding once a miscarriage was complete when my hCG levels go back to 0. But about how much bleeding?
No answer!: Depends on too many variables. If flow from uterus lgast more than one week, see your OB doc. If you have retained placental material, bleeding will last unesissarily long. ...Read more
After I had a miscarriage on February 18, 2015 I had my hcg level tested again on Thursday March 5, 2015 could I possible be pregnant?
Too soon to test: Even if you got pregnant after the miscarriage, testing on March 5 was too soon to provide a meaningful result. In particular a negative result would not rule out pregnancy. If you do not get a period by March 25 or, do a home pregnancy test if you have any symptoms of pregnancy. ...Read more
I had a miscarriage last month. This month I'm pregnant again. I'm 4 weeks and 3 days. My hCG level is at 82. I'm worried. Is this bad?
No; wide variation:
Hcg levels vary widely. See this site for more info.
http://americanpregnancy. Org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels. Html. ...Read more