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How long after having a baby does the hcg pregnancy hormone stay in your system?

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2011-09-13 00:20:33
2011-09-13 00:20:33

The maximum HCG is reached between 9 and 10 weeks and then falls until 18 weeks when it remains level until the end of pregnancy. It then starts falling as soon as the placenta is delivered. I am not certain, but I believe it is negligible after 3 days.

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