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Normal Value Of Hcg
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
No: Although it is not normal for the beta HCG to rise only 2000 in two days, there are circumstances where this can happen and you can still have a viable pregnancy. You may follow the beta HCG level in 2-3 days or better yet, get a transvaginal ultrasound. At 32,000, you should see a baby with a heart beat. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At 5 weeks and 2 days Hcg was 4000, 42 hours later Hcg was 6500. Is this a normal rate of increase?
Is 22,000 a high hCG for 5weeks 5days? What does high hCG indicate? What is the normal range between 5-6 weeks?
Is there any possibility of slow rising hCG up to 6 week becoming normal afterwards and deliver a healthy baby??
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