What would be a normal decrease in hCG levels after a miscarriage happens?

Depends. It depends on how high the level was to begin with. If the miscarriage is complete, the level will go down quite rapidly and generally should be negative in 10-14 days.

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Do hCG levels increase during a miscarriage or increase then decrease? Was told I miscarried. In 1 week level went from 412 to 3548. 2nd opinion?

Decrease. HCG levels should decline rapidly after a miscarriage. There are a couple of reasons for the increase, (1) you are pregnant again, (2) if that is not the case, please consult your doctor to rule out retained products of conception that may still be growing and need to be addressed. Read more...
See your Doc. If your HCG levels are still rising, you need to be re-evaluated by an Ob/Gyn. After a miscarriage, the levels should continue to drop to zero. Rising HCG levels after a miscarriage can indicate something serious such as Choriocarcinoma. Its also possible that the initial diagnosis of a miscarriage was incorrect. Don't wait to have it checked out. Best wishes! Read more...

I had my hCG levels checked on 31-12-13 at 10320 second test done 03-01-14 at 20041 is this normal? I'm high risk of repeat miscarriages thank you.

Esy. Hcg levels rise during the first trimester fairly rapidlyi. Read more...
Wide variability. There is considerable normal variability in HCG levels. Hcg doubling over a few days is not a cause for concern. See this site for more info. http://www.pregnancy-baby-care.com/articles/168/during-pregnancy/hcg-levels-during-pregnancy.html. Read more...

I had a miscarriage on February 11, 2015 and my hcg level was at 18.2 on March 5, 2015 my hcg level was 13 is that normal?

Not normal. Typically the hcg level drops by half every 48 hours. So after 3 weeks a level of 18.2 should have completely gone to below detection limit of the assay (which can be, e.g., 5). You may want to continue having the hcg checked until it is below detection limit, which can take several more weeks. Read more...

Is 1.00 hCG level means I natural got all my baby product of miscarriage out. ..Am I back to normal? . Nd can I get pregnant again

Yes. An HCG level of 1.0 essentially means that there is no meaningful HCG in your system. It is a good sign that all miscarriage tissue has passed and that you are on the road to returning to normal cycling. There are varying opinions as to when to try to get pregnant again. Ask your doctor for advice as to when to begin trying again. Good luck. Read more...

U/s showed gestational sac measuring 5 wk 1 day. Hcg level went from 4200 to 4700 in 48 hours. Is this normal or miscarriage likely?

Cannot say. in your particular case, BUT having a gestational sac and HCG levels would imply NOT having a miscarriage. The change in HcG in 48 hrs is not a very important finding because the test has a certain variability if you ran it twice on the same sample immediately. It isn't that precise. Read more...
Not certain. You are early and the US is consistent. The rule of thumb is for the quantitative HCG to double by 72 hours. Are you bleeding, any cramps. Make sure you check with your OB. Read more...

My hCG levels haven't decreased to zero since three weeks early miscarriage and I'm spotting lightly again. What does that mean?

Could be normal.. Your level may never reaches zero--as some nonpregnant females have level at 3-4 all the time, up to 5 is considered normal. Having a miscarriage just few weeks ago, your next period may not be normal--could be lighter or heavier than usual. If you are concerned that you could be pregnant again, do a quick hpt. Consult with doc. Good luck. Read more...

I am 4 weeks and 2 days pregnant and no risk factors for miscarriage. What are the chances I will miscarry? My hCG levels have been increasing normally

Why focus on that? . Congrats on the pregnancy. Great news that the hormone level is increasing normally. I encourage you to stop focusing on negative outcomes like miscarriage since there is no indication that you are at risk for that. Read more...