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Hcg Levels For Triplets
Hcg levels are higher with multiple fetuses, but there is too wide a variation in normal levels to give you an exact figure. See this site for more info.
http://americanpregnancy. Org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels. Html. ...Read more
My hCG level 23 DPO was 346 72 hours before that at 20dpo was 119. Suspected implantation 10 DPO are these #s to low?
I had a m/c and I'm wondering if my hCG levels have to drop to 0 before I will ovulate, we did an u/s to make sure the tissue had passed.
Not necessarily: Testing at very low levels of HCG is not that precise. Any level below 5 is essentially zero. ...Read more
I had FET on 24-5 my hCG level on 9-6 was 2745.I started bleeding on 11-6 my hCG was 5400 on 17-6 my hCG came down to1200 can't see any sac on u/s?
I got u/s at 5 weeks 5 days. Hb was 99 hbm, 3.8mm crl, and gest sac was 5 weeks 6 days. Hcg levels are doubling. Any indications of a non viability?
So far so good: I usually like to see a heartbeat at six weeks or later. The fact that you saw it so early is a good sign, even though it's slightly slow. Over 100 BPM is best after six weeks. I'm sure you have another ultrasound scheduled? Hold tight! It looks good for how early you are. ...Read more
My u/s showed I am 6 weeks 1 day but my blood test indicated I was 12-14 weeks. The u/s showed one baby so far, what could make the hCG level so high?
Ultrasound is right: Hcg levels don't mean much, the ultrasound is what is used for dating criteria. ...Read more
Zero: If you are woman and not pregnant, it is wha s testd n urinary pregnacty tests. Men or women with choriocarcinomas can have quite highlevels secretd by thei tumors, and hydatiform moles, teratomas and seminomas can have lower levels that need experts to interpert. I hope this helps. ...Read more
Not a good guide:
HCG results vary widely in normal pregnancy and are not a good indicator of the gestational age. See this site for more info in this topic.
http://www. Babymed. Com/hcg-level-in-early-pregnancy ...Read more
U should check it --: With your ob/gyn, as you probably need to be examined thoroughly. ...Read more
A rising tide: A rising tide (HCG values) floats all boats (fetus). ...Read more
NO!: This type of vacillating in the HCG levels is not normal and indicates an abnormal pregnancy - very worrisome for an ectopic pregnancy. Early in pregnancy the HCG level is expected to approx. Double every 48 hours, but a minimum rise of 66% is considered within the normal increase. You need to see a doctor, b/c an ectopic pregnancy can be very dangerous. ...Read more
Yes: Smoking can affect all aspects of infertility. It causes an earlier menopause, it can decrease the number and quality of eggs, and likely increases genetic abnormalities in eggs. All of this affect the pregnancy itself. Smoking also has effects of the uterus and can decrease the ability of the pregnancy to implant. So it is one of the most important things to try to stop if trying for pregnancy. ...Read more
No.: Hcg starts increasing after implantation of the fertilized egg into the lining of the womb; as such, you may have conceived while the HCG is zero, but you are not yet quite pregnant, in that your egg is still floating and your womb is empty. As a general rule, undetectable HCG indicates that there is no implanted pregnancy anywhere in your body. ...Read more
Retained placenta: If the miscarriage is incomplete, the placental tissue remaining in the uterus can continue to grow and will producer hcg. The level could rise. That person needs to see an ob/gyn. ...Read more