- It allows you to know precisely the moment in which ovulation will begin. Ovulation may occur 37 hours after hCG is administered.
- It provides support for the luteal phase. The accumulation of nutrients occurs during the luteal phase.
This hormone is responsible for maintaining the functionality of the corpus luteum as an endocrine entity for progesterone secretion during the first quarter of pregnancy.
hCG is considered as the historical and current basis for the detection of pregnancy. Furthermore, it constitutes a step forward as it is used for assisted reproductive treatments. It is used, in particular, to control the ovulation phase in a woman’s ovarian cycle when she is about to undergo an artificial insemination.