Miscarriage is certainly a difficult time for mothers and fathers who experience it. Not a few couples also want to get pregnant again immediately after a miscarriage.
However, there are things you need to pay attention to if you want to try to get pregnant again after a miscarriage. This is the level of the hCG hormone, this needs to be paid attention to because high levels of the hCG hormone can cause a pregnancy test to be positive even though the mother is not actually pregnant.
So, when will the hCG hormone actually disappear after a miscarriage? Read this article to the end to find out the medical view regarding this matter.
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Loss of the hCG hormone after miscarriage
Reporting from Romper, the hCG hormone or human Chorionic Gonadotropin is a protein-based hormone that can be found in high levels during early pregnancy. This hormone is produced by the embryo when it begins to settle in the uterus and can be detected in urine and blood.
After experiencing a miscarriage, hCG hormone levels usually decrease quickly. However, this rapid decline does not mean that the hCG hormone has completely disappeared from the body.
There is no definite time regarding when the hCG hormone disappears after a miscarriage. The reason is, the loss of the hCG hormone depends on how far the pregnancy has progressed and the condition of your body, Mother.
“So, the length of time it takes for hCG to completely leave the body is a result of the initial level at which the miscarriage occurred. The longer the first trimester of pregnancy, the higher the initial level of hCG, and the longer it takes for that amount of hCG to be cleared from the system, ” said Dr. Lucky Sekhon, fertility specialist in New York.
Therefore, each mother has a different time until the hCG hormone completely disappears from the body. To find out whether the hCG hormone has disappeared after a miscarriage, it’s a good idea to consult a doctor.
Don’t rush to get pregnant
After a miscarriage, mothers and fathers should take a short break before starting pregnancy again. Apart from ensuring that the hCG hormone returns to normal first, another reason is so that the uterus has time to rest for a while and prepare itself for the next pregnancy.
Mothers and Fathers also need mental preparation before starting to get pregnant again. Make sure Mom and Dad are ready for all the risks and changes that occur during pregnancy. Apart from mental health, make sure your physical condition is also very healthy, Mother, so that the pregnancy can run smoothly.
Miscarriages very often occur in the 1st trimester of pregnancy, Mother. There are signs you need to know when experiencing a miscarriage in the 1st trimester. What are the signs? Come on, see in more detail on the next page.
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