My period is often delayed, sometimes it comes once every 50 days. On September 16, my hcg was 60.71 and my progesterone was 18.9. On September 26, my hcg was 6137.63 and my progesterone was 18.4. Is it good to double this?Can the report tell how many weeks pregnant?
You can't tell this doubling by just looking at the results of one blood test, and you can't tell exactly how many weeks pregnant you are based on the results of this test.Now you can do an ultrasound, you should be able to see the gestational sac in the uterine cavity, according to the size of the gestational sac to estimate the time of pregnancy, which will be more accurate.This progesterone level is still relatively low.
The hcg is normal, but the progesterone is a little low.The time of pregnancy cannot be confirmed.The time of pregnancy with a regular menstrual cycle is counted from the first day of the last menstrual period.
If you have regular periods, the number of weeks of pregnancy can be inferred from the time of the last period.If you have irregular periods, you can determine the time of your last period or the number of days of pregnancy mainly based on the time of the early pregnancy ultrasound, which is more accurate and can be accurately determined based on the HCG level.