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Hcg Levels Early Pregnancy Chart Twins
My hCG level at 4w3d was 690 then at 5w4d is 10449. Is that ok or is it high? Does that indicate twin pregnancy?
Hcg: It's normal and not an indicator of twins. ...Read more
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Wide range: Beta HCG in twin pregnancies is normally elevated above the level of singleton pregnancies, but has a wide range. At 9-10 weeks the levels should be around 250, 000 to 400, 000, however, the trending may be as important in the evaluation. Twin pregnancy is considered high risk and should have regular visits with ob. ...Read more
I'm perfectly sure I'm 4w2d pregnant (gestational age). My hCG level is 690. Is it too high? Could it be twin pregnancy?
HCG: Twins are always possible. The HCG number may be inaccurate in terms of dating. The best way to be sure, or to diagnose twinning is to have an ultrasound. ...Read more
Ok: Most ivf clinics only measure HCG levels approximately 9 days after a day 5 embryo transfer. However, some clinics feel that the combination of HCG levels and Progesterone levels have a more predictive value of a good pregnancy than HCG levels alone. Personally, we only measure hcg. Hope this helps and good luck. ...Read more
HCG: A positive pregnancy test means that the HCG level has become high enough to detect – for blood tests that means over 25 mIU/ml. If this was a blood test, please discuss with the ordering provider. ...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
Lmp was 4 weeks ago. Took a pregnancy test on friday was - 5 days afta wednesday + hCG levels that day 65 friday 64. Is it t I early?
Not normal: If your HCG was 65 on wed and 64 on friday most likely a missed ab but you should have one done 3 days after the last one and it should be double in 3 days. ...Read more
I got my blood result back and my hCG level was a 6 they told me it's probably early pregnancy what do you think & Just now started spotting A little?
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What is your LMP, ?
If you are having Spotting and were told you were pregnant, you should contact your OB ...Read more
Hcg levels vary by week and even by day. See this site for more info.
http://www. Americanpregnancy. Org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels. Html. ...Read more
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
Some docs say hCG levels have wide variations, but some say that the rise is very consistent in early pregnancy and that it always doubles. Explain...
Both are right: The absolute number an pregnant individual has as a result at one point in time has a broad range. You cannot predict the number of weeks of pregnancy solely based on the absolute number. However if you take one persons value and follow it over time, it should double every two days. ...Read more
Even if a woman's hCG levels are quite high in early pregnancy, wouldn't the embryo still grow at the same pace as what doctors & textbooks say?
Yes: You are correct. The embryo will grow at the same pace irregardless of what the HCG levels are. Best wishes! ...Read more
My HCG at 5w5d (evening) was 22, 000. I am concerned that this indicates down syndrome. Are high HCG levels in early pregnancy an indicator of DS?
Definitely not: This does not mean Downs, nothing suggests Down's at 5 weeks. The 22, 000 is pretty normal. Good wishes. ...Read more
I am pregnant. I went to doctor and they looked through ultra sound couldn't see anything. Said early pregnancy hCG level is 28. Is baby ok?
You tell us: Only you know when you could have gotten pregnant. The answer to this question is only going to be known with dates and more data. What did your physician tell you? Why did you not share that VITAL piece of information in your question? If you are more than six weeks then no baby on ultrasound means the pregnancy is not viable. ...Read more
Is hcg level 46 considered low in early pregnancy? Knowing that my period is irregular (30-39) and last period was on 17 april. Which week of pregnancy
Do a follow up hCG: A level of 46 indicates very early pregnancy, most likely your OB will advise some serial levels every 48 hours or so for perhaps the next 2 or 3, and this should hopefully help determine how the pregnancy is doing. If the level rise looks appropriate, your OB will then determine when it may be optimum to do a pelvic ultrasound to determine the well being of the pregnancy. Best Wishes ...Read more
After a early positive pregnancy test with blood work and hCG level of 40, progesterone at 6.5 would you prescribe progesterone to boost the level?
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
My hCG level are doubling every 28 hours. Level is 1708.5 now and a week ago was 48. Progesterone 19.6.this pregnancy look Normal? Twins?
When your beta hcg is over 2000, you can start to identify structures in the uterus to suggest that you have a intra-uterine pregnancy (vs ectopic).
An ultrasound later on in your pregnancy can help delineate if you have a singleton or twin pregnancy. ...Read more
Have there successful pregnancies with these #s: falling hCG levels from 4598 on 1/7 to 4264 on 1/11 to 4230 on 1/14? Saw fetal pole, no hb, on 1/9.
Not good News:
I am sorry to tell you this, but once the beta declines in early pregnancy, there is basically a zero percent chance of a normal & viable pregnancy. I am sorry for your loss and th emotional roller coatser you must be feeling.
It is very clear, though, that a miscarriage does not change your future fertility at all not does it increas eyour chances of having anouther miscarriage in the future. ...Read more
Maybe;sono is better: Levels of blood betaHCG obtained after 4 to 6 weeks of pregnancy can vary very widely and usually reflect trophoblastic activity or placental development but do not necessarily the status of the embryo. A transvaginal sonogram performed by a skilled certified sonographer will provide you better information and answer your question. ...Read more
Hi my hCG level was 40 then #2 is at 83 then #3 is at 319 is that good #s and hiw far along would I be in pregnancy and is it a viable pregnancy :)?
Yes: It sounds like you have a viable pregnancy definitely. Your only a few weeks pregnant. Dating impossible based on HCG numbers only, need an early ultrasound to confirm pregnancy dating because there's wide variation in HCG numbers as far as dating goes. Make an appt with doctor for us at about 6-7 weeks after lmp. ...Read more
No: It shouldn't affect the test.Get a more detailed answer ›
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