Being pregnant causes HGC to be in your body. If you want more detail than that; it's a hormone that your body produces when you are pregnant. That is what home pregnancy tests detect. If you have HGC in your urine, you are pregnant.
P.S. its actually HCG... if you'd like info on HGC, please go to this wikipedia link:
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I believe that is impossible you hcg levels cant rise unless your pregnant
Alcoholic Fermentation causes bread to rise.
What causes the salt level to rise in a pool
HCG is the hormone that is produced by the placenta during pregnancy. This hormone is what a pregnancy test detects. It stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. During a normal pregnancy, the HCG levels will steadily rise throughout pregnancy.
Lift is the force that causes an airplane to rise. Lift is caused by the flowing of air under the wings. This causes the airplane to rise.
HCG IS not related to dietary intake. Certain fertility drugs could cause hcg levels to rise. HCG will not ever be detected if you are not pregnant. HCG is a hormone produced by pregnancy and has nothing to do with anything you eat. HCG can be produced if you have some cancers or ovarian cysts.
Baking powder and Bicarbonate of soda causes the cake to rise.
The force of gravity from the moon causes the tride to rise toward the moon.
The carbon dioxide causes it to rise. Hope this helps!
It is not the egg that causes baked goods to rise, it is the yeast in the flour.
Gas produced by yeast causes bread dough to rise.
the runner gets nervous and this causes adreline rush and this causes heart to rise
High levels of HCG - Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin - in blood causes vomiting.
Yup! HCG is what causes the symptoms of pg and there is usually SOME HCG in your body before it shows on a test.
Chemcial pregnancy is when sperm and egg meet, HCG level rise, but there is no baby that has formed.
hCG is detected in blood and urine a few days after the embryo implants in the uterus. It continues to rise throughout the first trimester when it levels off and drops following childbirth. In a pregnancy loss it takes 2 to 6 weeks to return to <5 - 0 (normal, non pregnant state), depending how far into the pregnancy you were. A rise in hCG may mean you are pregnant again, see your doctor for an exam and/or ultrasound.
HCG stands for "Human Chorionic Gonadotropin", the pregnancy hormone. HCG is being produced by the placenta and enters the blood stream as soon as implantation happens, about one week after fertilization and ovulation, when the embryo implants and the placenta attaches to the uterine lining.
The sudden vibration in the plates inside the crust causes the earths crust to rise & fall.
Elevated levels of progesterone is what causes your period to stop, but hcg plays a role in that too, as it is the presence of hcg (from implanted embryo) that tells the corpus luteum to keep pumping out the progesterone after the normal luteal phase length. If there is no hcg detected the corpus luteum tapers down progesterone production after about 14 days and the endiometrial lining starts to break down when the progesterone no longer is present to support it.