What should your levels be at 9 weeks pregnant?

What should your levels be at 9 weeks pregnant?

hCG Levels Chart by Week

Pregnancy week Range of hCG levels in milli-international units per milliliter (mIU/mL)
7 weeks 4,059–153,767 mIU/mL
8 weeks 31,366–149,094 mIU/mL
9 weeks 59,109–135,901 mIU/mL
10 weeks 44,186–170,409 mIU/mL

What tests are done at 9 weeks pregnant?

Cell-free fetal DNA testing (also called noninvasive prenatal screening or testing). This screening test checks your blood for your baby’s DNA. The DNA is examined for certain genetic conditions, such as Down syndrome. This test is done after 9 weeks of pregnancy.

Which EDD is more accurate?

Ultrasound measurement of the embryo or fetus in the first trimester (up to and including 13 6/7 weeks of gestation) is the most accurate method to establish or confirm gestational age.

What should I be thinking about at 9 weeks pregnant?

Now that you’re 9 weeks pregnant, you’re probably starting to think about how life will change when baby is in the picture. That’s why around week 9 of pregnancy, you might want to start looking for ways you and your partner can budget so you have extra cash when baby arrives.

What prenatal tests can I expect around 9 weeks pregnant?

Other prenatal tests you can expect around 9 weeks pregnant may include blood work to test for hormone levels, blood type, white and red blood cell counts and certain STDs.

Is it normal to feel sick at 9 weeks pregnant with twins?

If you’re suffering from nausea, you might just be feeling a little ill, or you may be vomiting regularly. If you are 9 weeks pregnant with twins, you may find yourself with more severe morning sickness symptoms. The good and bad news is that at 9 weeks, morning sickness is likely at its worst.

Is it normal to gain weight at 9 weeks pregnant?

Your uterus is expanding to accommodate your growing fetus. In fact, it has doubled in size! You may even be showing a bit at 9 weeks. Your uterus will begin to grow out of your pelvis in coming weeks. Weight gain at 9 weeks isn’t just okay—it’s recommended.