I read somewhere that after a miscarriage or abortion, the hcg remains in your blood for 6-8 weeks, so I'd wait before taking another one, or have your doc do a blood test.
I had a ectopic pregnancy at the end of Febuary. The doctor should had let you know if your hcg were going downn or still high. I was told to wait at least one period before I try to get pregnant again. If you did wait at least one period you might be pregnant. To be sure I would go get a blood test.
It is correct that it may take 6 weeks for HCG to fall back after an ectopic, but you cannot tell if you are pregnant from one level, you need a second check to see if levels are falling.
Alternatively, As you had an ectopic pregnancy, it is of course possible that you had an intrauterine pregnancy as well.
Yes. The oocyte or egg, when fertilized will produce a specific hormone that determines the fertilization or pregnancy. hGc I believe is the hormone that is released from the corpus luteum (fertilized egg). If that hormone appears positive on a blood or urine test, you are pregnant. Even if it is an unfortunate ectopic pregnancy. The pregnancy will more than likely not go full term and cause the mother extreme pain.
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