The increasing speed of human chorionic gonadotropin varies from person to person. Usually, it doubles in 2 days. Doubling will be faster in the early stage and slower in the later stage. So, how do you see the doubling of human chorionic gonadotropin in early pregnancy?
Human chorionic gonadotropin varies greatly from person to person, so it is difficult to have a uniform standard, and only the same person can be compared in different periods. Under normal circumstances, human chorionic gonadotropin in most people will exceed 400 in the fourth week, and it is likely to exceed 10,000 within 6 weeks. Generally, the judgment is based on 6 weeks, and 6 weeks should be greater than 10,000, while those lower than 10,000 are all low.
Measuring β -subunit in blood and urine can determine whether a woman is pregnant or not. 8-10 days after sexual intercourse, blood HCG can be tested, which is earlier than the 35-day urine qualitative test on the general early pregnancy test paper. Therefore, the pregnancy test of blood human chorionic gonadotropin can make the corresponding pregnancy countermeasures earlier.
Eight to ten days after sharing a room is the best time to check human chorionic gonadotropin, and it is also the best time to check whether you are pregnant. At the same time, this test can also be used to diagnose single or multiple pregnancies in the first three months of pregnancy.
At this time, it is assumed that the growth rate for two consecutive times is slow, which may be caused by factors such as ectopic pregnancy, abnormal embryo or intrauterine growth retardation. Assuming abnormal pregnancy, the serum HCG concentration is much higher than that in the corresponding month of normal pregnancy, so the detection of HCG at this time is particularly meaningful.