Based on how high the hcg level is, a good guess can be made about the length of your pregnancy. Your doctor should do a vaginal sonogram to determine gestational age thus determining the due date.
However, higher levels of the hormone HCG are often found in the case of multiples. (twins etc.) Lower levels of HCG may indicate the egg has inplanted in a place other than the uterus. (Fallopian Tube = Etopic Pregnancy)
Yes they can or you can go to the doctor and they will be able to tell you for sure
hcg quant will give an estimated range
Blood work cannot tell you how far along you are as the levels vary so much from pregnancy to pregnancy, go with the ultrasound.
It sounds like your less than 1 month into your pregnancy. HCG levels vary throughout the pregnancy so I wouldn't rely on a blood test to determine how far along you are. A ultrasound would be the ideal option.
Well for one it can confirm whether or not you are pregnant. The blood tests will also be conducted to test your plasma protein level and your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels.
Go to your doctor and they should be able to tell you how far along you are.
One can tell how far along they are in pregnancy by having an ultrasound. An ultrasound measures the fetus and then compare that measurement to what an average fetus is. If it matches to a 3 week fetus it means that one is 3 weeks into pregnancy.
If he performs a pregnancy test on the blood, yes.
An HIV blood test can tell if you are pregnant. When doctors get results back from a blood test, though they may be testing for a specific thing other things will get flagged as well. For example, when you take a home-pregnancy test and then go to the doctor's to confirm you are pregnant, often they will run blood tests to determine pregnancy. An HIV blood test will show whether or not you have HIV, but will also show whether or not you are pregnant.No; a HIV blood test won't tell if you are pregnant.
It is much harder for you to be able to calculate your due date when you have continued to have periods during pregnancy. However, a doctor or doula or midwife can tell very accurately how far along you are.
Both urine and blood pregnancy tests can detect pregnancy about 10 days after conception.
It is possible to tell in a pregnancy test but Im not 100 percent sure. I would see your doctor instead for a pregnancy blood test.
Urine pregnancy test, or blood which s more accate & then if it is positive they'll do a quant level to tell you how far along you are. You'll then be referred to an OB/Gyne for a pap & rouine STD testing
it may not tell you what day you have got pregnant
There is a hormone called HCG that shows up when a fetus is growing. No matter where the fetus is growing, in utero or out. It will most likely pick it up but maybe not until farther along. If you think you have an ectopic pregnancy it is best to call a doctor IMMEDIATELY and get blood tests and an ultrasound.
Yes a blood test can tell you you are pregnant. That's why to make sure someone is pregnant the go to the doctors and take a blood test for pregnancy.Yes
i dont think so there is some that can tell you your ovulation dates but that is it you might have to consult a doctor for that
im not really sure and cant tell you you need to go see and obgyn
Hello. You can tell if you are pregnant by doing a pregnancy test or having a blood test. If you dont have your period and are usually regular and have had sex recently, then this could be pregnancy related.
No you cannot tell if you're pregnant this soon, unless you see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
When you go to the doctor they will give you a vaginal ultrasound where you can see the baby and they measure it and based on that they can tell you how far along you are.
i have been having periods every other month so i cant tell when i had my last or what month so i dont know how far along i am its really hard to tell
Yes, we as women always have pregnancy symptoms that's why it's so hard to tell when we are actually pregnant. The only true way to tell is a blood test from the doctor.
Ask her when her last period was. You carry a baby for 38-40 weeks from the first day of your last period. Do the math and you will see how far along she is. Also have her go to a doctor immediately if she has not already!!!!