Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017016/004.

Names and composition

"CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017016/004 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/006 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/007 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/009 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/010 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/011 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2,000 UNITS per VIAL
017054/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017054/002 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/002 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/003 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/004 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15,000 UNITS per VIAL
089312/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
089313/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
089314/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
089315/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
089316/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 20,000 UNITS per VIAL

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017016/004 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/006 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/007 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/009 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/010 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15,000 UNITS per VIAL
017016/011 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2,000 UNITS per VIAL
017054/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017054/002 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017055/001 A.P.L. GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017055/002 A.P.L. GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017055/003 A.P.L. GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per VIAL
017056/001 FOLLUTEIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/002 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/003 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20,000 UNITS per VIAL
017067/004 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15,000 UNITS per VIAL
017692/001 PREGNYL GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
089312/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
089313/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 5,000 UNITS per VIAL
089314/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
089315/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 10,000 UNITS per VIAL
089316/001 CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN GONADOTROPIN, CHORIONIC Injectable/ Injection 20,000 UNITS per VIAL

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Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Leandro Drafton 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Cherly Sinton 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Ralph Em 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Sergio Calco 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Viola Bergold 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Thi Nemets 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Christia Weege 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Florene Monestine 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Natalya Gorelick 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Sook Siford 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Maya Hattman 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Concepcion Hunsberger 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Allyson Elhaj 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Mandi Borello 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Luigi Varno 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Krista Mcfeeters 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Nickie Buehler 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Rosemarie Dede 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Jolanda Ohanlon 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Johnnie Zeise 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Julia Kuehnel 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Delores Donkor 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Olivia Limmer 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Elene Sawaia 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Martin Holk 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Alva Mellady 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Keena Voisine 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Wynona Sugahara 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Kacy Relkin 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Ardelia Moosbrugger 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Divina Bohrn 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Luther Argudin 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Tabitha Ruttan 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Gertie Balducci 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Glady Pelligra 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Zaida Lindquist 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Amberly Hendee 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Rikki Tujague 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Krysta Perlow 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Kirstie Kamstra 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Jacelyn Homrich 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Aleen Clara 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Tess Beaudry 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Timika Hacher 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Miki Alizadeh 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Scotty Ahsan 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Verna Coyt 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Brooke Cervantes 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Lianne Driggins 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Marisela Chantler 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Lonna Manthey 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Genia Brighi 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Loida Bianchi 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Candice Zinke 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Adelaide Robertson 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Kam Benya 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Marcos Dygert 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Wei Savarese 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Francesca Kousonsavath 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Jo Thiengtham 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Daron Roewe 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Madaline Barsotti 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Teodoro Nares 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by My Mcdougall 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Stefany Boulds 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Morgan Mcchain 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Fred Cosselman 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Isreal Makovec 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Daniell Matin 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Sabra Kostich 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Alba Petrulis 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Yvette Hanson 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Kenya Escalet 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Soo Wiegert 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Antoinette Daken 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Tamica Platenburg 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Marcelo Pranger 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Bonnie Alton 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Jamel Lundeen 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Dania Livasy 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Berna Byod 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Hilde Rigoni 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Jestine Echave 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Anette Besen 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Evalyn Bupp 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Bella Anderson 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Clarinda Schure 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Marcia Colapietro 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Delaine Negrette 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Alda Dromgoole 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Cary Gierisch 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Danial Hendricks 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Milagros Qazi 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Sharie Roskop 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Mee Sprake 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Linwood Marban 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Jenice Tejeiro 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Eliza Rajewski 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Kayleigh Backey 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Gayle Tonsall 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Malinda Schlater 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Reynaldo Emenaha 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Coy Vugteveen 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Dorris Dotolo 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Calvin Zieglen 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Rickie Mazze 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Lynsey Wassil 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Nobuko Lesmerises 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Gladys Laurenitis 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Harlan Ruskin 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Winnie Hendrik 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Lynn Ewer 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Burton Flury 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Jeramy Madho 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Emanuel Conlin 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Kendra Takach 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Myriam Summerour 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Wilbert Hilbner 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Manual Devoy 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Miranda Dreiling 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Melissa Hronick 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Debby Ciullo 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Trinity Jilek 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Melinda Weinstock 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Flor Poudrier 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Milagros Sumerix 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Yasmin Rosendale 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Priscila Wilner 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Salina Avrett 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Debera Bantin 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Lynne Primm 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Vania Caya 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Awilda Pyfer 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Sharie Hemrich 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Thaddeus Ahearn 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Lavenia Canevari 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Ferne Homrighaus 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Patrice Boppre 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Demetria Don 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Argelia Munford 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Elisha Wiszynski 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Russell Bayliss 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Britteny Cagney 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Gonzalo Hengel 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Ivette Vance 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Kellie Koltz 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Marhta Kermes 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Leah Candon 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Renea Grismore 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Yasuko Padula 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Mirtha Wagar 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Regine Rufenacht 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Alfonso Statum 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Ines Deleon 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Carroll Detten 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Dorian Hoag 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Hwa Fenchel 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Markita Favaron 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Candi Wender 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Cornelius Estella 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Krista Sanipasi 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Kizzy Gaves 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Deloise Schilz 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Jerlene Lapinta 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Carylon Roegge 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Earleen Pitorak 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Augustine Leonhard 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Kurtis Schepker 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Rena Sluyter 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Sam Cord 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Todd Pinello 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Brenton Behran 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Joelle Bosack 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Filiberto Lot 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Vita Ganga 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Charis Calija 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Shena Milkey 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Hildegard Mapstone 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Desmond Groepper 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Marty Istorico 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Lasandra Townes 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Lucille Call 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Nicola Mckeeman 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Lourie Byrdsong 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Sherilyn Aliotta 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Vonda Cicala 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Cordelia Hakeem 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Claude Leanard 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Stasia Wicinsky 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Roscoe Matro 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Lilia Bricker 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Leana Pointer 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Dolores Velky 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Pablo Lobello 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Tashia Bakr 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Toby Tevis 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Armando Kisselburg 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Eun Giulioli 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Jaquelyn Sothman 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Vanetta Esera 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Paul Pomares 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Rosaria Quann 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Cristopher Whitefield 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Clorinda Boghossian 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Jeanine Elguezabal 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Mandi Craiger 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Ling Khanponaphan 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Pennie Hidde 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Deetta Alexnder 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Clorinda Skrine 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Jenise Mccurley 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Kristan Martinsons 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Nerissa Narez 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Blake Shatz 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Kaye Hipolito 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Elidia Casello 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Federico Rondon 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Yael Tody 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Hisako Harpel 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Haley Vessel 1 year ago.


Explain the role of human chorionic gonadotropin in re?
Asked by Dorsey Honour 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) The human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test is done to measure the amount of the hormone hCG in blood or urine to see whether a woman is pregnant. HCG is made by the placenta during pregnancy. HCG may also be made abnormally by certain tumors, especially those that come from an egg or sperm (germ cell tumors). HCG levels are generally tested in a woman who may have abnormal tissue growing in her uterus, a molar pregnancy, or a cancer in the uterus (choriocarcinoma) rather than a normal pregnancy. Several hCG tests may be done after a miscarriage to be sure a molar pregnancy is not present. In a man, hCG levels may be measured to help see whether he has cancer of the testicles. HCG in pregnancy An egg is normally fertilized by a sperm cell in a fallopian tube. Within nine days after fertilization, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus and attaches (implants) to the uterine wall. Once the fertilized egg implants, the developing placenta begins releasing hCG into your blood. Some hCG also gets passed in your urine. HCG can be found in the blood before the first missed menstrual period, as early as six days after implantation. HCG helps to maintain your pregnancy and affects the development of your baby (fetus). Levels of hCG increase steadily in the first 14 to 16 weeks following your last menstrual period (LMP), peak around the 14th week following your LMP, and then decrease gradually. The amount that hCG increases early in pregnancy can give information about your pregnancy and the health of your baby. Shortly after delivery, hCG can no longer be found in your blood. More hCG is released in a multiple pregnancy, such as twins or triplets, than in a single pregnancy. Less hCG is released if the fertilized egg implants in a place other than the uterus, such as in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy. The level of hCG in the blood is often used in a maternal serum triple or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances in a pregnant woman's blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), beta human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), and a type of estrogen (unconjugated estriol, or uE3). The quad screen checks these substances and the level of the hormone inhibin A. The levels of these substances-along with a woman's age and other factors-help the doctor estimate the chance that the baby may have certain problems or birth defects. Answered by Brendan Menson 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin(HCG) Is a hormone and has a role in weight reduction.HCG is injected into dieters muscle,on a regular basis with low calorie diet of 400-500 calories diet per day.It has significant effect on weight reduction ,within shortest possible time.It is not approved by FDA, AS A STANDARD TREATMENT.However , it is treated part as dietary suppliment. Answered by Bernardo Galagher 1 year ago.


Why human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) is active sometimes in men?
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone Asked by Efrain Plansinis 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is generally not "active" in men. It is present in pregnant women as a hormone produced by the embryo to ensure its continued development. Men & women often use hCG as an alternative to Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which helps with fertility & reproductive hormones. It can help men increase sperm production (though not as effectively as follicle stimulating hormone [FSH] or human menopausal gonadotropin [hMG]), & can help them produce testicular testosterone if the pituitary fails to signal the testes to produce adequate testosterone. In doing so, hCG helps maintain testicular size. Answered by Khalilah Vanderweel 1 year ago.

they could actual comprehend what hCG tiers are, yet they could be very puzzled why you would be soliciting on your spouse's HCG tiers at this factor interior the being pregnant. HCG tiers are frequently in easy terms monitored in the process the 1st trimester while there is the prospect of miscarriage or a miscarriage has got here approximately and that they intend to make advantageous each and everything is returning back to prepregnancy tiers. there isn't any good reason to benefit HCG tiers later in the process the being pregnant, different than for the triple demonstrate screen try - which you oftentimes could in easy terms ask your wellness care provider for the outcome of the try (advantageous or destructive), no longer the actual numbers it is my 2nd being pregnant, and that i've got under no circumstances had my HCG tiers checked exterior of having a urine being pregnant attempt to substantiate i became pregnant (only tells you once you're over 30 or below), and it under no circumstances got here approximately for me to invite what my HCG tiers have been as area of the triple demonstrate screen that i've got had with the two pregnancies - i became instructed the assessments have been all nice and that i got here back destructive so i do no longer ought to comprehend the excellent factors. Why do you desire to comprehend? once you're in contact approximately downs or trisomy 18, etc, then ask for the triple demonstrate screen try - no longer in easy terms the HCG tiers. Answered by Chi Davidowicz 1 year ago.


Does HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) help maintain the endometrium?
Asked by Carolynn Ackerman 1 year ago.

Human chorionic gonadotropin interacts with the LHCG receptor and promotes the maintenance of the corpus luteum during the beginning of pregnancy, causing it to secrete the hormone progesterone. Progesterone enriches the uterus with a thick lining of blood vessels and capillaries so that it can sustain the growing fetus. Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance. For example, hCG-treated endometrial cells induce an increase in T cell apoptosis (dissolution of T-cells). These results suggest that hCG may be a link in the development of peritrophoblastic immune tolerance, and may facilitate the trophoblast invasion, which is known to expedite fetal development in the endometrium.[3] Answered by Rhoda Pergerson 1 year ago.


Does anyone know about HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and if it is used to treat depression?
Asked by Mariana Poythress 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone that is found in a pregnant woman's bloodstream and is produced by the placenta that helps things in pregnancy move along. This is the definition I found on the net: Human chorionic gonadotropin (or hCG) is the hormone that prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum as well as stimulates production of progesterone, another hormone essential to maintain the pregnancy. This is also the hormone pregnancy tests (blood and urine) detect. Answered by Ossie Vorpahl 1 year ago.

HCG is a hormone released by an embryo when a woman is pregnant. The hormone is responsible, in part, for stopping the menstrual cycle. It is also the best way to determine a pregnancy aside from a blood test. This is the first I've ever heard of for the treatment of depression . Check out the link for it's other uses. Answered by Renda Danekas 1 year ago.


During pregnancy, when can human chorionic gonadotropin be detected in the mothers blood?
a) at the time of fertilization b) at the time of implantation c) by the first week of pregnancy d) by the third week of pregnancy e) by the sixth week of pregnancy Asked by Lorelei Van 1 year ago.

Human Chorionic Gonatraopin ( hCG ), can be detected in the mothers blood as early as 2 - 3 days after implantation and remains detectable up until the 6th week after the baby is born. Answered by Aretha Sulivan 1 year ago.

as soon as d but, as late as E is normal Answered by Manual Carmant 1 year ago.


Compare and contrast human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone?
Asked by Avril Coopper 1 year ago.

Chorionic gonadotropin is produced from syncytiotrophoblast which gives rise to the placenta, but luteinizing hormone is released from adenohypophysis. Both are glycoproteins. Answered by Joe Beebout 1 year ago.


Does Gardasil contain Human Chorionic Gonadotropin?
Is Gardasil a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin? or does it fall into that catergory? Asked by Lettie Kalmar 1 year ago.

gardasil has no hCG, and does not fall in the same category as hCG it is a vaccine that contains protein particles similar to the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is the virus that causes genital warts and also cervical cancer in females Answered by Maria Brodigan 1 year ago.


Question about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)?
What are Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (hCG) gland of origin, target tissue, and effect on its target. Asked by Tyler Westrich 1 year ago.

placenta .........ovary ...maintains the growth of corpus luteum and helps in the secretion of progesteroone and estrogen Answered by Boyce Coswell 1 year ago.


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