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Pregnancy H Cg Level Chart
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
Pregnancy unclear: That is so low it is day one or two. It is unclear if you are really pregnant. I would repeat the test in two to thee days to see if this changes. ...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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 weeks 5 days: Percentile chance ---> How far along - 5%tile -> more then 4 weeks, 6 days - 25%tile -> 4 weeks, 6 days - 50%tile -> 4 weeks, 5 days - 75%tile -> 4 weeks, 4 days - 95%tile -> less then 4 weeks, 4 days ...Read more
Hormonal imbalance: Did you have unprotected sex? Did you miss a period? If the answer to both is no, you are not pregnant. HCG level of 1 at more than one day after a missed period generally rules out pregnancy. Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD. Consult this site for more information on this topic. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My hCG level is at bit high on 12th week of pregnancy. What does tht mean. Do i need to worry abt it?
Need an ultrasound: If you beta HCG is elevated, it may be normal or a sign of problems. A dramatically elevated HCG can be a "molar" pregnancy, which is a very abnormal placenta, usually without a fetus. This would be seen with ultrasound, twins will cause an elevated hcg. Sometimes fetal or placental problems can cause an elevated hcg, and again a detailed ultrasound would evaluate this. ...Read more
Would an hCG level of 634 put a pregnancy in a range of 1 week or less than a week? Is it too high for less than a week?
Hcg levels: Preg is "dated" by first day of last menses. "a wk pregnant" is technically before conception, (typically around ovulation @ day 14 depending your cycle length). You'd be "3 weeks" "ega" est. Gestational age if conception a week ago. Nml HCG doubles every 48-72 hours till 8-11 weeks ega. Rough:3 wks: 5-50 4wk 5-486, 5wk:18-7340 (labs vary don't fret early variation common, us can confirm ega). ...Read more
What is the basic HCG level? Is it possible for hCG of 1.6 at 4d after 5d transfer of a Frozen embyo to still develop into pregnancy?
Hcg: most labs don't consider your serum hcg to be positive until it is 5 or higher, though I have seen a lab or two that claim less than 2 is negative. Repeat your hcg in another week or so as levels vary on how they rise. ...Read more
HCG level at 179 from 142 in 72 hours. Very concerned for my pregnancy... they don't want to do another level until a week. Why wait that long?
Recently, had an abnormal pregnancy. I'm still waiting for my hcg level to drop to zero. Can I get prego again,while waiting for my hcg level drop?
Not while positive: You won’t ovulate again while your BHCG is still positive. Once it goes to zero then ovulation will occur sometime after that. You will not know exactly when it goes to zero so predicting the ovulation day the first month after a pregnancy loss is usually not possible. ...Read more
Variable: There is a wide range of normal HCG levels during a normal pregnancy and HCG levels are not a good indicator of the fetal age. You may consult this site for information on this topic. http://www.babymed.com/hcg-blood-level-by-week-during-pregnancy-is-it-normal ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pregnancy: Hcg levels correspond to the age of the pregnancy. In early pregnancy levels increase exponentially as the pregnancy progresses. In a normal pregnancy, one expects the levels to increase over time. A biochemical pregnancy is a positive HCG level which does not rise as expected. When all of the trophoblast is gone (complete miscarriage) then the ncg level will return to negative. ...Read more
Not necessarily: The use of the HCG value is not a good way to establish the gestational age because there is a wide range and variation in what could be considered normal. ...Read more
Probably not: An HCG level this low will usually go to essentially zero without any intervention, such as a d;c. However, it is unusual for the HCG level to stay at 10 for more than a few weeks. Make sure you have a gynecologist following you closely with HCG levels. I have seen one patient recently where it took 10 weeks for such a low level to go to zero. It is unlikely to be a new pregnancy (but not imposs). ...Read more
If my hCG level is at 35 6 weeks after my medical abortion is that normal? Could this be a new pregnancy?
Doubtful: The normal pituitary gland produces a small amount of HCG with levels ranging from 1 to 32 and it takes a while for levels to go back down to normal after a pregnancy. I would suggest you repeat your level in a week or two and make sure it is not increasing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello i received the results of my blood hCG level today and it was 7865 how far along in my pregnancy am i?
What did your doctor: Say? There is a wide range cannot say by one level and they should ahve also done a Progesterone level , because a Progesterone level over 10 is normal, u would be somewhere prob 3-5 weeks gesation , on my pts in coral springs, fl. I would do a 2nd one 3 days later as it should double in 3 days if normal and I do an early ultrasound at 6 1/2- 8 weeks so i can date the preg and check the heartbeat. ...Read more
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