Hcg level to see gestational sac


Apr 20, 2017 · Transvaginal scan might help. the pictures of the inside of the uterus are clearer that way. The problem that you have is hat not seeing a sac at five weeks gestation with a a normal hCG level raises the issue of ectopic pregnancy. On 2/24 my hcg was 56; on 2/26, it was 92. 3/16 was my first scan. We saw the gestational sac, yolk sac and a small possible fetal pole but no heart beat. They said I was miscarrying or only 5 1/2 weeks. Yesterday, I had another scan by a tech rather than my OB. He said my gestational sac doesn't measure big enough to even be 5 weeks. Levels of human chorionic gonadoptropin, or hCG, measure the amount of the hormone produced by the placenta. Women having twins generally, but not always, have higher hCG levels or faster rising hCG levels than those with singleton pregnancies. There is a wide range of normal hCG levels at 4 weeks.After level reaches 1000, the doubling slows down. I think its better for you to stop doing more and more HCG tests, just wait for a few days and go for a sonography directly. In week six, a gestational sac, and maybe even a yolk sac within that should be visible on the sonography.» 5w5d and empty gest sac - but high HCG levels. Start new thread in this topic | Watch this thread ... it could simply be too small to see! The fact your HCG levels are good is a great sign. ... The only thing to watch out for with high HCG and no gestational sac in the uterus is whether it might be an ectopic pregnancy (sorry to bring this ...