ORIGINAL ARTICLE Hydatidiform Mole and Post-evacuation Regression Patterns. of Serum Beta Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin K Kamariah, BSc* N. Satgunasingam, PhD*. Management. In case of a suspected mole, further investigations include a complete blood count, measurement of creatinine and electrolytes, liver - kidney - thyroid function tests, and a baseline quantitative beta-hCG measurement.. Beta-HCG Increased, Hydatidiform Mole, Ovarian Cyst Symptom Checker: Possible causes include Choriocarcinoma, Hydatidiform Mole, Ectopic Pregnancy. Check the full list of possible causes and conditions now! Talk to our Chatbot to narrow down your search.. Beta hCG levels are drawn every one to two weeks until resolved and then they may be done on a regular schedule for the year following the loss. Because the risk of cancer needs to be fully evaluated, effective contraception should be used for one year following the pregnancy.. Oestrogen and/or progestogens taken between evacuation of the mole and return to normality of hCG values appear NOT to increase the risk of invasive mole or choriocarcinoma developing. Therefore, women may use oral contraceptives after molar evacuation, before hCG returns to normal. Pregnancy should be avoided until after the completion of the surveillance period.. A hydatidiform mole is a growing mass of tissue inside your womb (uterus) that will not develop into a baby. It is the result of abnormal conception. It may cause bleeding in early pregnancy and is usually picked up in an early pregnancy ultrasound scan. It needs to be removed and most women can.