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Hcg Total Qn
Hcg of less than 5 is negative for pregnancy and above 25 is considered positive...So at 16. It is a "not-sure" level. If you are tesing for pregnancy, repeat in a few days to a wk later, if no change or lower...Than negative...If gets significantly higher, then congrats...
Consult your doc...Good luck. ...Read more
I was supposed to get my pd earlythis month, when it didn't come I took a test 5 times- all positive, my hCG qn level was 367. What does that mean?
No: The HCG diet has a person eating 500 calories a day for more than a month. That's just one big slice of pizza a day. A 4-month old baby eats 500 calories a day. Anybody on 500 calories a day is on a starvation diet and will lose weight. It doesn't sound safe. Extremely low calorie diets don't work because the weight comes back when one starts eating again. Long-term lifestyle changes are needed. ...Read more
Indeterminate: Hcg of less than 5 is negative for pregnancy and above 25 is considered positive. So at 6, It is a "not-sure" level. Repeat in a few days to a week later to see if there is a change. If no change or lower than it is negative. If it gets significantly higher, then it is positive. ...Read more
Hormone: Hcg is human Chorionic Gonadotropin and is made by the human placenta. It's production during pregnancy has resulted in the development of the pregnancy test: both blood and urine tests (including the over the counter tests). It can be used in fertility treatments for both females and males. ...Read more
Can't recommend: These rapid weight loss drops are being promoted; I have not heard any physician say they are evidence-based, and the little I've read about their claims makes little sense. It's your money; especially if you crash-diet, be sure you're getting enough nutrients and don't scramble your fluids & electrolytes. ...Read more
HCG for men: HCG is a hormone which can stimulate sperm production, and is given in shots of 5000 to 10000 units, depending on the hormonal assay, which should be provided by your healthcare professional who is prescribing the HCG. The results of the serum testosterone level post HCG will dictate the efficiency of the dose of HCG, so ask your doctor for an explanation. ...Read more
Probably: It depends on if you are a man or woman and the dose. There is probably a dose-related effect for risk of clots or overstimulation of ovaries. Women get elevation of estrogen (which causes its own problems) and men get elevation of testosterone (which can fuel prostate issues). Always take the recommended dose or consult with a professional. ...Read more
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
Within normal range:
There is a wide range of "normal" HCG level during pregnancy. Typically expect the following ranges:
5 weeks LMP: 18 – 7, 340 mIU/ml
6 weeks LMP: 1, 080 – 56, 500 mIU/ml
HCG will peak during pregnancy around 8-12 weeks. Your lab result is in the normal expected range. Remember each woman's level will differ even at same time of pregnancy. Congratulations and all the best. ...Read more
To determine if preg: A qualitative HCG test is a fancy name for a pregnancy test. It is either positive or negative. A quantitative HCG test measures the amount of human Chorionic Gonadotropin in your blood, which then reflects the size of the placenta and an idea about how far along the pregnancy is. A negative qualitative HCG will always result in a 0 quantitative HCG result. ...Read more
80-100: 80-100.Get a more detailed answer ›
What was the prog: Progesterone level, as that should be measured also as a high one is good, one less than 10 is worrisome, one less than 5 is bad, the beta is supposed to double every 3 days, and go up by at least 66% in 2 days so now yours is normal so far, if u were my pt would repeat in 3 days along with a Progesterone level. ...Read more
Hcg: The pregnancy test was negative.Get a more detailed answer ›
After 12 to 14 weeks: The HCG will typically double every two days during the first trimester (about 13 weeks). The HCG level will usually peak at about 200, 000 then begin a gradual decline during the midtrimester to a level of 50, 000 to 100, 000. ...Read more
Doubling time: In a normal pregnancy the doubling time of HCG is 48 hours (2 days). This means that hcg levels should double every 48 hours. ...Read more
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