Un taux de bêta-HCG qui augmente de façon exponentielle (100 000 UI/L, 200 000 UI/L et plus) peut être signe d'une grossesse molaire (cela reste très rare). La môle est une tumeur bénigne et à potentiel malin qui est un surdéveloppement des cellules placentaires : aucun embryon n'est visible car l'utérus est rempli de ces petites . This is a blood test to detect beta-HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), a hormone normally produced during pregnancy and some of the cancers. The intact molecule of HCG is more specific for pregnancy. After delivery HCG normally detectable for 2 weeks.. Doctors give trusted answers on uses, effects, side-effects, and cautions: Dr. Acharya on beta hcg level of 2: Molar transformation can do the same also. Talk to PMD.. I'm 29 years old and my baby at 13 week 1 day has 2.1mm NT, free beta-hCG is 183.1 IU/l equivalent to 4.461 MoM, PAPP-A is 5370 IU/l equivalent 1.011 MoM. The adjusted risk is 1:394 for Trisomy 21. Should I take an other test for trisomy 21. PS: I had to take duphaston for 5 days at week 6th because of vagina blood. Thank you so much.. The most sensitive, accurate and reliable pregnancy test is a blood test for the presence of beta HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), often just called beta. The HCG is produced by the embryo, and is the embryo's signal to the mother that pregnancy has occurred. Beta HCG levels vary according to the gestational age. In a non-pregnant woman . free-beta hcg and papp-a (iu/l) results: hi I am need of some help to understand my results as I am not to sure what they mean or if its something bad. my free-beta hcg result was 36.3 and papp-a(iu/l) results were 0.329 does anyone know what that means? - BabyCenter Australia.