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    Question Has anyone had slow rising HCG go on to a successful pregnancy?

    Anyone experienced slow rising HCG levels with their pregnancy? My HCG level was 103 at 15dpo and today at 17dpo is 139. Feeling a little gutted and am thinking it may be all over red rover. Just curious if anyone has had a slow rise but a good outcome?

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    I'm looking for the mine LOL just logged on to see if i could find my original post

    (its Emma BTW)

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    Hope you find it! Thx Emma.

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    Hiya, not me but another lady on here in June had slow rising and she's 5 months now! She's moved to the uk bit I keep in contact with her and she's doing great!

    Good luck and I hope it all works out for you!

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    Thanks MrsOC, that's encouraging to hear..... Thanks for posting

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    Hi alittleray,
    My levels were fairly slow rising. If I remember correctly: 14dpo 100, 18dpo 240, 25dpo 740. So my doubling time was always slower then the 48 hours you tend to hear everywhere.
    Hope you get some positive news at your next BT
    Vesper xx

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    Hi ladies mind if I join? Yesterday My hcg level @ 14dp3dt were 92 so I'm needing positive stories too! All the best!!!!!

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    Mine has been slowish to rise too, so i'd love to know any great success stories! I was 49 14dpo, 115 16dpo and 370 19dpo. So they are doubling, but seem to be a lot lower than everyone else's. If it helps, my nurse said that every woman is different and some just take a bit longer to get going. I still feel like i'm in limbo land though. Hope you get some big numbers this week!


 

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