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1-2 weeks of pregnancy
When will the HCG hormones get generated..?? Will it be on the 1st week as well..?? With 1-2 weeks home pregnancy test positive result, it can be confirmed that I'm pregnant..?? But in scanning no yolk seen. Please let me know..
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YOUR PREGNANCY IS VERY EARLY SO YOLK SAC CAN BE SEEN AROUND 5-6 WEEKS. HCG HORMONE GETS GENERATED ONCE IMPLANTATION TAKES PLACE.
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Keep patience  and repeat usg after 2wks...
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The sr beta hcg can be positive on 1st day of missed period. If it is less than 800, the Pregnancy cant be seen, if it is less you have to repeat in every 48 hrs.it should be increased 60%after 48 hrs.When it becomes more than  800 the sac can be seen. Cardiac activity can be seen in 6 weeks mostly.
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Dear Practo user, HCG hormones would have been generated by 1st week of missing the menstrual period. Usually, pregnancy can be confirmed by home pregnancy test at this time. Sometimes, there is delayed response. At times, yolk sac may not be seen just after missing the period. In such cases, repeat ultrasound is advisable after few days.
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