Hey Gizem12 we had ours 2 weeks ago as we had a 1:5 risk. The baby was lying across the placenta so they had to do it trans vaginally which wasn't the most pleasant experience (more because I wasn't expecting it) but also not the worst. Just like a bad smear test! I did bleed as it as done this way and it was explained to me as the procedure was taking place that this would happen. I had spotting for a few days. I was told to rest for a 48hrs days afterwards. I literally did nothing, apart from walk to and from the sofa. I have a fantastic husband who made this possible. I also read that you still have a slightly higher risk of miscarriage for 2 weeks after the procedure (not as high as the first 48hrs) so I really really took it easy. Bit of walking no lifting even shopping bags. I probably took it too far but I wanted to be on the sure side. . I have got my letter back from the hospital and my calculated risk and it is 1:60. I am trying to find out what the normal levels for free beta HCG and PAPP-A are, but cannot seem to find out.. Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone produced by the placenta after implantation. The presence of hCG is detected in some pregnancy tests (HCG pregnancy strip tests)..