Once you have gotten a positive pregnancy test, your body is going through lots of changes in order to make a healthy baby. Most moms don’t know the exact day that they conceived so your doctor will calculate your due date based upon your last menstrual period or they will use a dating ultrasound, especially, if a woman has irregular or sporadic periods. Today I wanted to share with you some information on HCG and Progresterone,. These two hormones are responsible for several different roles during the course of your pregnancy, including a positive pregnancy test and making you feel nauseated during the first trimester.
Pregnancy is a timely development of cells which slowly multiply eventually form a baby. Hormones play a complex and significant role in this metamorphosis and do assist physicians in determining the healthy progression of pregnancy or any related problems. Understanding what these key hormones do and the information they provide may help a person in understanding the whole process.
Functions of HCG
HCG hormone is produced the cells that make up the placenta and provides nourishment to the egg and once it is fertilized it is attached to the uterus. Levels of chg. are present throughout the pregnancy process; however they increase dramatically during the first cycle and then begin to level off and eventually end.