pregnancy

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gestation

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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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A comparative examination of the semen and plasma presepsin values revealed higher values in Group-I than in the non-pregnant Group-II in terms of biochemical pregnancy, successful pregnancy, and live birth.
Biochemical pregnancy rates (defined as positive HCG tests in the absence of ongoing pregnancies per the number of embryo transfer procedures) were 16%, 20%, and 14%.
Pregnancy was defined biochemically as a positive [beta] subunit of human chorionic gonadotropin, and thus pregnancy rate equates to biochemical pregnancy rate per transfer.
Often the only indication of pregnancy is an increased concentration of hCG in serum or urine; hence, the condition is also called subclinical abortion or biochemical pregnancy [35].
An elevation in serum [beta]-hCG levels 16 days after embryo transfer was considered as a biochemical pregnancy.