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What is Beta HCG?
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Briefly, HCG or Beta HCG is a hormone secreted in women during pregnancy. Beta HCG is formed by placenta at the beginning of pregnancy and cells that feed the egg after fertilization and allow it to adhere to the uterine wall. This hormone is evident in the blood test after 11 days of being pregnant and in the urine test after 12-14 days.

In normal pregnancies, the Beta HCG hormone rises by doubling its number every 72 hours. This level rises until the end of your pregnancy, and falls as birth rises. Of course, there is no point in being too stuck on these levels because a mother with low HCG levels can be a very healthy baby.


What should be the beta HCG value in pregnancy?
Week 3 - 5mIU - 50mL

Week 4 - 3 mIU - 426 mL

Week 5 - 19mIU - 7.340mL

Week 6 - 1.080mIU - 56.500mL

7-8. Week - 7,650mIU - 229,000mL

9-12. Week - 25,700mIU - 288,000mL

13-16. Week - 13,300mIU - 254,000mL

17-24. Week - 4,060mIU - 165,400mL

25-24. Week - 3,640mIU - 117,000mL

If the beta HCG level is below 5 mIU / mL you are definitely not pregnant. Women with a value between 5 mIU / mL and 25 mIU / mL are unlikely to be pregnant, but there are. Values ​​of 25 mIU / mL and above mean precise pregnancy. Of course, these values ​​will decrease in time as they approach the rising moment of birth. The fact that your HCG levels are high does not mean you are pregnant. HCG ratios can also be high in tests in women who are pregnant or in some cancer cases.

If your hormone level is lower than you need during pregnancy, you may have an external pregnancy, your pregnancy has been miscalculated, or you may have been in a low-risk situation. If you have high levels of molar (grape) you may be pregnant, you may have miscalculated your pregnancy or you are expecting a twin / triple baby. If there is an abnormality in your HCG level, it may also be related to a drug you are using.


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