Tag: biochemical pregnancy

Beta hCG levels during pregnancy

Reference values for total beta hCG

To find out whether a woman is pregnant, taking a pregnancy test based on the detection of the beta hCG hormone is required. Generally, values above 25 mIU/ml when a woman is 1-2 weeks pregnant are considered to be a good sign.

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Interview: Biochemical pregnancy

Dr Gorka Barrenetxea Ziarrusta explains what is a biochemical pregnancy

Dr. Gorka Barrenetxea explains us at the fertility clinic Reproducción Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain) what stands for biochemical pregnancy as well as what is the impact of this type of miscarriage on future fertility.

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Biochemical pregnancy

Achieving a pregnancy after a biochemical miscarriage

Biochemical pregnancy happens when there was gestation, the embryo could implant in the embryo, but unfortunately there was no evolution. It is a very early gestational loss that does not affect a new attempt of pregnancy in the future.

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