14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: papp-a and free beta HCG normal range

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Answer: Hello dear.. Papp-a should be 1.0MoM no matter what the gestation as they're normalised results based on gestation and your weight and a few other factors (smoking etc). 1.0MoM is the average.. Bhcg positive pregnancy test - more than 25 U/L pregnant women, about 4 weeks after the LMP (average 1 week before first missed period) - 0 to 750 U/L pregnant women, about 5 weeks after the LMP (week after first missed period) - 200 to 7,000 U/L pregnant women, about 6 weeks after the LMP - 200 to 32,000 U/L pregnant women, about 7th weeks after the LMP - 3,000 to 160,000 U/L pregnant women, about 8 to 12 weeks after the LMP - 32,000 to 210,000 U/L pregnant women, about 13 to 16 weeks after the LMP - 9,000 to 210,000 U/L pregnant women, about 16 to 29 weeks after the LMP - 1,400 to 53,000 U/L pregnant women, about 29 to 41 weeks after the LMP - 940 to 60,000 U/L
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    Atul Ubana991 days ago

    Mine is 20.55 ng/ml with 14 week pregnancy

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    Shikha Shukla991 days ago

    20.55ng/ml papp-a or hcg??

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    Atul Ubana991 days ago

    Hcg

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