Yes, If your quantitative hcg levels are increasing and then start decreasing slowly or rapidly during early pregnancy, it may be a chance that a miscarriage is occurring.
Just happened to me too. My dr called it a threatened miscarriage and is still checking my hcg levels.
Yes. A woman can miscarry late in the first trimester or second trimester when hCG levels are at peak at over 250,000.
after 10 days miscarriage pregnancy test is positive. what's my problem?
shortly after a miscarriage the HCG levels are still high, this might cause multiple ovulations which gives twins..
Health care providers usually will continue to test hCG levels after a pregnancy loss to ensure they return back to <5.0. If your miscarriage was very early in the pregnancy and you continue to show an elevated hCG level your doctor should do a scan to to see if you have another fetus who survived the miscarriage. hCG levels only rise in the event of a embryo in the first trimester still growing in the uterus or after taking medications that contain hCG. Otherwise after a miscarriage the levels should drop steadily and return to a non-pregnant range within about 4 to 6 weeks depending how far into the pregnancy the loss occurred.
You will usually ovulate 2-8 weeks after a miscarriage. It varies in every Woman.
You can get pregnant agin. It is best to wait until your hcg is 0 before trying to get pregnant again.
it depends how high were your hcg levels, i was about 5 weeks when i miscarried nd my hcg were at 880 now after 1 week my hcg gone down to 100 so it all depends..to get a positive your hcg levels should be higher then 4
i think i had a miscarriage, but i never knew i was pregnant. how do i find out for sure
Yes. This is where timing comes into play. Your first period should be about 28-30 days after the miscarriage - that was my experience anyway.
You can't have a miscarriage if you are not pregnant