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Hcg Injections

hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) injection is used to treat infertility in men (increases sperm production) and women (encourages egg release), and treat conditions like undescended testes (boys) and underdeveloped sexual traits (girls). It is a natural hormone found in the body.

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Can Ovidac injection give false beta hCG values?

Query: Hello doctor, I conceived with the help of frozen embryo transfer, which was done the 26th of last month. My last menstrual period was on the seventh of last month. My beta hCG was 494 on seventh of this month, it was 886 on the ninth, and it was 2875 on the 12th. A few days back, I started mild spo...  Read Full »


Dr. Sathawane Aparna Mulchand

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Your beta hCG is increasing normally. There is no need to worry. Ovidac (human chorionic gonadotropin)¬†will not interfere with the natural increase of beta hCG. If there were chances of miscarriage, then even after taking Ovidac injections, beta hCG would have decreased ...  Read Full »

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