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The scope of offspring pregnancy chorionic gonadotropin standard

  HCG is a human chorionic gonadotropin, a hormone secreted after implantation of a fertilized egg. It is one of the most sensitive methods to check whether a pregnancy is possible.

The scope of offspring pregnancy chorionic gonadotropin standard

  Range criteria for chorionic gonadotropin in pregnant offspring:

  According to the hCG range used by the American pregnancy association for reference:

  Menopause 3-5 weeks - 50 mIU/ml •

  4 weeks of menopause: 5-426 mIU/ml •

  5 weeks of menopause: 18-7,340 mIU/ml •

  6 weeks of menopause: 1,080-56,500 mIU/ml •

  7-8 weeks: 7, 650-229,000 mIU/ml •

  9-12 weeks of menopause: 25,700-288,000 mIU/ml

  13-16 weeks of menopause: 13,300-254,000 mIU/ml •

  Menopause 17-24 weeks: 4,060-165,400 mIU/ml •

  25-40 weeks of menopause: 3,640-117,000 mIU/ml •

  Women with amenorrhea: <9.5 mIU/ml

  HCG less than 5mIU/ml is a negative reaction, not a pregnancy, and any amount more than 25mIU/ml is a positive reaction, a pregnancy.

  If you're pregnant, 85 percent of the women double the amount of hCG in their blood every two or three days; If hCG is not increasing at this rate, that means the likelihood of pregnancy failure.

  Tip: don't rely too much on the hCG number. A normal pregnancy may have a lower hCG and produce a normal baby.