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Vanishing Twin Syndrome And H Cg Levels
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Can your HCG level lower if you had vanishing twins syndrome? Had positive tests now negative with bleeding. I am almost 6 weeks.
Aware: If this is what is happening I would say be aware, rather than be concerned. The outcomes are not guaranteed but they are often very good, this happens a lot. Best wishes. ...Read more
HCG levels vary widely in normal pregnancies and are not a very reliable sign of twin pregnancy. An ultrasound examination would be better for determining twins. You may consult this site for HCG level info.
http://americanpregnancy. Org/while-pregnant/hcg-levels/ ...Read more
No: The only thing about an HCG level is that the absolute number isn't the most important thing. Usually the lab is repeated after 48 hours at least once to determine if the level is increasing appropriately. It should double every 48 hours but can still be normal is it goes up less than that. ...Read more
My hCG level at 6w was 62, 895 and at 6w5d 120, 896. Is this possibly twins? The 6w ultrasound showed 1 for sure and a light spot in the opp. Corner.
Hcg levels have a wide variation in normal pregnancy. In general levels are higher in twin pregnancies. See this site for more info.
http://americanpregnancy. Org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels. Html. ...Read more
My hcg level fr 15 wk & 1 day is 86420. Is there any possibilty of twins? As the scan is 3 weeks away. Please suggest
Wait for scan:
HCG results in normal pregnancies vary by a wide margin. HCG level alone is not a good indicator of twin pregnancy. You may consult this site for more info.
http://www. Pregnancy-baby-care. Com/articles/168/during-pregnancy/hcg-levels-during-pregnancy. Html ...Read more
My beta hcg level was 144 on Mar 21. 2 days after (Mar 23) it was 540. Is this increase of HCG a problem? Or can it be twins?
My hCG levels are very high I got an ultrasound confirming the heartbeat and they didn't see twins. Is this ok?
Yes: A follow up ultrasound should further reassure you ...Read more
My HCG levels were at 1621 on Sept 18. If it takes around 9 days for implantation, is there anyway I would have ovulated sept 2? I'm not having twins
High hCG levels of 5482 &12100 w/ progesterone levels over 60; is that any indication of twins? Beta test were administered 3 wks after iui
May / may not: Molar transformation can do the same also. Talk to PMD. ...Read more
Is it ok to have twins in 5-6 week gestiona, one sac but no heart beats. Hcg levels, 51330 iu/ml and after two days it became 57396iu/ml is it normal?
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
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
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
See below: As tests were developed to assess the fetal health it was noted that a fetus with down's syndrome had higher maternal HCG levels that a normal child. This came to be part of the test, along with maternal age and ultrasound examination, to asses the risk of having a down's child. ...Read more
My LMP is 27apr14 and my beta hCG level on 28may14 found 6805.93mIU/mL and on 30may14 is 14798.49mIU/mL. Is it normal or doubt of down syndrome?
Normal: Your HCG levels have appropriately doubled. It is a good sign of a healthy pregnancy. If you are concerned about Down's syndrome, please speak with your doctor regarding early blood tests that will help with diagnosing an abnormal pregnancy like integrated screening or verifi prenatal test. Good Luck! ...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
Which is a better predictor of Down syndrome during the first trimester screening, low papp-a or high hCG levels? Or the ratio between the two values?
Yes: This varies amongst women. A normal level at 5 weeks is anywhere between 18 and 7, 340. As long as you're having an appropriate rise in your HCG level (doubling every 48-72 hrs), then there's nothing to worry about. There's no need for you to continue checking your HCG level, however, unless you have concerns for miscarriage or your doctor recommends it. Congrats on your pregnancy! ...Read more
See below: It could mean incorrect dating, multiple gestation, or certain types of tumors. ...Read more
Very early: If those levels are a couple days apart, that is a very appropriate rise in hcg. It is however, way too early to hear the heartbeat or even to see anything on US. Make sure you're taking some prenatal vitamins and congratulations. ...Read more