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  1. Zenaida says:

    the hormone can stay in your system for up to 8 weeks. this can make a PT show How long does it take for the pregnancy hormone to leave your system after a

  2. Maryjo says:

    When you are pregnant the hormone usually shows up almost immediately in your system. The hormone count may be low so if you are only a few weeks along it may not register as positive. I would wait for another week or two and if you still havent started take another test. Take an at home test first then if that one is positive go back to your doctor and have a blood test done instead of a urine test. I had 4 positive urine tests for the pregnancy hormone but when they did the blood test it wound up that I had miscarried. Give it another week or two then do another test. The hormone should be high in your system if you are pregnant then.

  3. Cristal says:

    How long could it take for? I’ve had achy, swollen breast for about a pregnancy hormone to show up week now. Very sore nipples. This never happens to me. My period is late, an

  4. Courtney says:

    Answer the hormone can stay in your system for up to 8 weeks. this can make a PT show up positive. Speaking from my own experiences. I had two miscarriages. Your hormones should return to normal within a week or 2. My hormones returned to n… More:

  5. Lucille says:

    Answer If the ectopic pregnancy has been terminated (either medically or naturally) it should take around 2-5 weeks for your body to realise what has happen and ovulate again. More:

  6. Donette says:

    A very early pregnancy test can show the HCG hormone as soon as 7 to 10 days after conception.

  7. Cristin says:

    How to Read Pregnancy Hormone Levels of 190 mIU/ml According to the Mayo Clinic, most pregnancy tests will not show a positive result until at least one day after your missed Response Early Pregnancy Test, which has shown the ability to detect pregnancy up to How Long Does It Take for Blood Work Results? Detail:

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