To calculate hcg levels enter your first beta draw amount in the first field and the date it was drawn. Finally, enter your next draw date and press submit for an estimate of what your levels should be.
In general, your hcg level will double every 2 - 3 days in the first 6 weeks of pregnancy. After the 6 week mark, hcg levels rise still but double every 96 hours. If you have any concerns about an ectopic pregnancy, please consult your physician.
The chart below lists normal HCG level ranges based on the number of weeks since your last menstrual. Always consult a licensed physician with questions concerning your HCG levels and general healthcare. The proceeding chart and above calculator only serve as estimates based on the information you provide.
|Weeks from last menstrual period||Normal hCG levels (mIU/mL)|
|8 - 12||32,000–210,000|
|13 - 16||9,000–210,000|
|16 - 29||91,400–53,000|
|29 - 41||940–60,000|
It's important to monitor your HCG levels because it is an indicator of how well your pregnancy is progressing.
If your readings cease to double every 2 - 3 days for the first 6 weeks, it may be an indicator that your preganancy is not viable. Be sure to check with your physician if you have any concerns about your baby.
HCG stands for Human chorionic gonadotrophin. It's hormone that is produce by a woman's placenta during pregnancy.