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    Default Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move!!!!

    I went for a scan at 7 weeks exactly and I was actually 7 + 4 which is weird cause I also knew exactly when I ovulated and only bd twice in that week so it couldn't of happened earlier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocciequeen View Post
    I went for a scan at 7 weeks exactly and I was actually 7 + 4 which is weird cause I also knew exactly when I ovulated and only bd twice in that week so it couldn't of happened earlier!
    It can depend on the quality of the image they get, too, and the scanning machine itself. Some are accurate +/- 3 days, others (the newer models) even better. Plus, when you are measuring something about 0.8-0.9cm, a mm or so can make a difference! As long as there is not a big discrepancy, I wouldn't worry.
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    Hi all do you mind if I transfer over to here.
    I got a +BFP 13dpo (thurdsay)and had bloods on 14dpo (Friday 16th). just got results confirmed its a BFP. My level is 685. Gp said 4-5 weeks by my calculations I'm 4+1-2.

    J if you don't mind me asking are my levels ok/good?Thanks in advance

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    Thanks I wasn't worried at all an with the 12 w scan it measured exactly to the day from the first scan so I'm guessing they are right lol!

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    Welcome loony and congrats on your BFP. I'm pretty sure your levels are fine as they are similar to what mine were and everyone's levels are different. As long as they keep going up

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    Welcome loony!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    Welcome loony and congrats on your BFP. I'm pretty sure your levels are fine as they are similar to what mine were and everyone's levels are different. As long as they keep going up
    Thanks ToniS. I hate needles but If I could I would want to have a blood test everyday so I can check the levels just paranoid about mc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loonylea View Post
    Hi all do you mind if I transfer over to here.
    I got a +BFP 13dpo (thurdsay)and had bloods on 14dpo (Friday 16th). just got results confirmed its a BFP. My level is 685. Gp said 4-5 weeks by my calculations I'm 4+1-2.

    J if you don't mind me asking are my levels ok/good?Thanks in advance
    You really cant tell much from one level; you need another taken 2-3 days later, to ensure it has doubled. Actual values vary SO much between women. Having said that, yours sound respectable!
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    Thanks J. I thought that I would need more bloods to get any idea.

    Hey is anyone due on/near 26th July 2013???

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    Default Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move!!!!

    Welcome loony and congrats. I'm due a week earlier, 19th


 

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