NABL, CAP, ISO
What is Beta Human Chorionic Gonodotropin, Tumour Marker?
Get yourself tested when you suspect that you are pregnant (testing can be done reliably by 10 days after you miss your menstrual period and some methods can detect hCG even earlier); when you have signs and symptoms that suggest you may have an ectopic pregnancy like abdominal pain or cramps, abnormal vaginal bleeding, or a pregnancy that is failing; prior to some medical treatments.
The sample type collected for Beta Human Chorionic Gonodotropin, Tumour Marker is: Blood
Preparation for Beta Human Chorionic Gonodotropin, Tumour Marker
- No special preparation required