Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone that your placenta makes during pregnancy. It tends to rise through the early stages of pregnancy, doubling every two to three days during the first four weeks or so of gestation and peaking during weeks eight to 11 of gestation.. My doctor told me that you can get pregnant 2 wks after a D&C. This is most likely a new pregnancy since the line is faint. I had a very faint line in my early pregnancy with my twins and all went well with the pregnancy.. Now I am 12 days out from the D&C and Dr. had me to HCG levels this afternoon. They came back 24, 327. He said this seems high to be two weeks from D&C and is having me come back on Wednesday. Does any one know what your levels should be two weeks after a D&C? Is this High? Or is this normal? Ofcourse to answers anyones questions before hand, no hubby and I have not used any protection and we . What happens to HcG levels after a miscarriage. Do HcG levels go down? Here is a chart of values on the falling levels of HcG which is the pregnancy hormone. Most women don't know that it can take over a month for the HcG to return to 0 . HCG LEVELS AFTER MISCARRIAGE Home› Miscarriage › HcG Levels and Miscarriage. HCG LEVELS AND PREGNANCY LOSS. If you become pregnant, especially after . My HcG levels were over 15,000 when we had to have a D & C (blighted ovum). Two days later they went waydown to 1800. That's a great drop, but the level needs to get down to 2.. * HcG can stay in your system for 4-6 weeks after losing a foetus, depending on how high your levels were when you miscarried, and whether it was D&C or natural misscarriage * your period usually .