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Very High H Cg Levels In Early Pregnancy
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
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
Even if a woman's hCG levels are quite high in early pregnancy, wouldn't the embryo still grow at the same pace as what doctors & textbooks say?
Yes: You are correct. The embryo will grow at the same pace irregardless of what the HCG levels are. Best wishes! ...Read more
Hcg levels vary by week and even by day. See this site for more info.
http://www. Americanpregnancy. Org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels. Html. ...Read more
Have not been late in nearly two years but now I am. Could hCG levels just not be high enough to detect pregnancy yet?
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
Can you have a fantom pregnancy? And would ur blood detect high hCG levels if ur having a fantom pregnancy?
Can you get pregnant again after abortion with hCG levels still as high as 800 from previous pregnancy? Thanks
HCG: A positive pregnancy test means that the HCG level has become high enough to detect – for blood tests that means over 25 mIU/ml. If this was a blood test, please discuss with the ordering provider. ...Read more
Can u have a hCG level less than 2 and be pregnant. Could it be that you are too early in pregnancy and would it doulble in a few days?
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 am so scared that I am having a molar pregnancy. I had 1 froz embryo trnsf on 21 apr 15. My hcg levels 20dpt9244; 13dpt-692.4; 10dpt-206. Too High?
How hCG level increase in ectopic pregnancy andhow early it can bw found nd any peculiar symptoms?
HCG: Is found at some amount in any pregnancy. In an ectopic pregnancy the baby plants in the tube instead of the uterus. As it grows and stretches the tube it causes pain. If not found the tube will burst and needing will start and the mom can die. It is not possible for this baby to live. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some docs say hCG levels have wide variations, but some say that the rise is very consistent in early pregnancy and that it always doubles. Explain...
Both are right: The absolute number an pregnant individual has as a result at one point in time has a broad range. You cannot predict the number of weeks of pregnancy solely based on the absolute number. However if you take one persons value and follow it over time, it should double every two days. ...Read more
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