Does anyone know about hCG levels associated with a partial molar pregnancy?

Partial mole. The HCG levels found with a partial molar pregnancy are usually higher than a normal pregnancy, but not always. It is important to follow the HCG titer until it goes to non-detectable levels and stays there.
Usually higher. Hcg levels in molar pregnancy are generally higher than in a normal pregnancy.

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Can anyone tell me about hCG levels before and after a partial molar pregnancy?

High and low. Hcg levels can reach very high levels with a molar pregnancy. However, it cannot be relied on to make a diagnosis. The level should return to negative after the pregnancy is terminated. Read more...

I'm supposed to be 6w 4d my hCG levels were tested today and in the 70000 is that a sign of molar pregnancy or would thy be higher?

A little high. For 6w 4d, that's a little high. Doesn't necessarily mean you have a molar pregnancy. You could actually be a few days father than 6w 4d. You could also be carrying multiples. Though it's on the high end, it could also be normal. An ultrasound would definitely help you determine, schedule one asap if you're worried. Read more...

Hi, DoctorMy wife got D&C after complete molar pregnancy, on 28 April 2017, now how many days we have to avoid sex, 1month already gone. (hcg level 139).

Ask her surgeon. After any surgery, the surgeon should determine the appropriate recovery guidelines. Your wife could call his office and ask, and they will have an answer for you. Good luck. Read more...

Hi, DoctorMy wife got D&C after complete molar pregnancy, on 28 April 2017, now how many days we have to avoid sex, 1month already gone. (hcg level 139)?

Sex is fine. By this time, it is fine to have sex, but you should avoid pregnancy by all means. So you should use condom for all episodes of intercourse. Reliable contraception should be practiced for at least one year after HCG levels are normal. Read more...

I am 11 weeks pregnant and my hCG level is 200000. Is that something I should be concerned with? There is only one and not a molar pregnancy.

Sonogram. The sonogram findings are important at this gestational age not the bhcg levels. If there is a baby and a heartbeat then there is no need to be checking the hormone levels. Read more...
Pregnancy. If you had an ultrasound and everything was normal, i'd be less concerned. However, the level is high and may suggest other issues as well. I'd discuss this with your doctor to make sure all remains well. Read more...