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    My hcg was 155 and is now 291 good or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glitter girl View Post
    My hcg was 155 and is now 291 good or not?

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    What time difference was there between blood tests and how many DPO are you?

    hCG levels (www.baby2see.com)
    The following table is a guide to what hCG levels can be during pregnancy.
    For those of you who are interested, or are having hCG monitoring, here are the suggested reference ranges for a single baby pregnancy. As you can see the range of normal levels is very wide. hCG levels can be 30 to 50% higher than for a single baby pregnancy, in twin and multiple gestations.

    Weeks of pregnancy
    after last menstrual period
    Days after conception Approximate hCG levels
    for single baby pregnancy (mIU/ml)
    Week 3 7 0 to 5
    Week 4 14 (next period due) 5 to 430
    Week 5 21 180 to 7400
    Week 6 28 1,100 to 56,500
    Weeks 7 to 8 35 to 42 7,600 to 230,000
    Weeks 9 to 12 49 to 70 25,300 to 290,000
    Weeks 13 to 16 77 to 100 14,000 to 243,000
    Weeks 17 to 24 4,000 to 165,000
    Weeks 25 to birth of baby 3,200 to 90,000
    4 to 6 weeks after birth Less than 5

    These should be used as a guide only.
    hCG levels double approximately every 48 hours during early normal pregnancy. It reaches a peak at about 10 week of gestation (since last menstrual period). At which time the average hCG levels in samples is around 60,000 mIU/ml. There is a very big variation in individual hCG concentrations. At this time, the extremes of normal levels are approximately 10,000 to 250,000 mIU/ml.

    In the next 10 weeks (10 to 20 weeks of gestation), hCG levels decline, reaching a average concentration of about 15,000 mIU/ml. Again, wide variation is found among individuals, concentrations ranging from 3,000 to 90,000 mIU/ml. The hCG concentrations remains at around this level, and with this variation from this time until term (20 to 40 weeks of gestation).

    If you have any concerns you should always discuss your results with your Doctor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glitter girl View Post
    My hcg was 155 and is now 291 good or not?

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    Was the doctor happy with them?

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    Well I bit the bullet & went & booked in to see my gyno...appointment is on my bday 12th Feb but im so lucky its then otherwise it was looking more like 28th feb or even longer coz he's so busy...Im just glad im a regular lol.
    I did another HPT this morning & still BFN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    What time difference was there between blood tests and how many DPO are you?

    hCG levels (www.baby2see.com)
    The following table is a guide to what hCG levels can be during pregnancy.
    For those of you who are interested, or are having hCG monitoring, here are the suggested reference ranges for a single baby pregnancy. As you can see the range of normal levels is very wide. hCG levels can be 30 to 50% higher than for a single baby pregnancy, in twin and multiple gestations.

    Weeks of pregnancy
    after last menstrual period
    Days after conception Approximate hCG levels
    for single baby pregnancy (mIU/ml)
    Week 3 7 0 to 5
    Week 4 14 (next period due) 5 to 430
    Week 5 21 180 to 7400
    Week 6 28 1,100 to 56,500
    Weeks 7 to 8 35 to 42 7,600 to 230,000
    Weeks 9 to 12 49 to 70 25,300 to 290,000
    Weeks 13 to 16 77 to 100 14,000 to 243,000
    Weeks 17 to 24 4,000 to 165,000
    Weeks 25 to birth of baby 3,200 to 90,000
    4 to 6 weeks after birth Less than 5

    These should be used as a guide only.
    hCG levels double approximately every 48 hours during early normal pregnancy. It reaches a peak at about 10 week of gestation (since last menstrual period). At which time the average hCG levels in samples is around 60,000 mIU/ml. There is a very big variation in individual hCG concentrations. At this time, the extremes of normal levels are approximately 10,000 to 250,000 mIU/ml.

    In the next 10 weeks (10 to 20 weeks of gestation), hCG levels decline, reaching a average concentration of about 15,000 mIU/ml. Again, wide variation is found among individuals, concentrations ranging from 3,000 to 90,000 mIU/ml. The hCG concentrations remains at around this level, and with this variation from this time until term (20 to 40 weeks of gestation).

    If you have any concerns you should always discuss your results with your Doctor.
    First was 84 at 14dpo second was 155 at 16dpo and 291 at 18dpo

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    Looks perfect to me! : )

    hCG Level Doubling Time Calculator


    Enter in your numbers and the doubling time will be calculated automatically.
    First hCG Level 84 mIU/mL
    Second hCG Level 155 mIU/ml
    Days Between Tests 2 days
    Doubling time result in hours is:
    Doubling every 54.3 hours
    Doubling time result in days is:
    Doubling every 2.3 days
    HCG Level
    Doubling Time
    < 1200 48 - 72 hours
    1200 to 6000 72 - 96 hours
    > 6000 > 96 hours

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    Default Re: Joyous January 2013 Testing Thread

    Madewithlove I really hope so this is the furthest ive even gone. Im 5 weeks tomorrow according to o day

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    Everything seems to be plodding along in the right direction. I understand its hard not to worry but all you can do is relax as best you can and hope for the best at this point.

    lots and lots of sticky baby dust for you!! xx

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    Excuse me fellow creative BHubbers... i know a few of you are graphic designers... can you tell me where/what you studied formally.. what you design now and what programmes you usually use? Do you work for yourself or an employer etc.??

    After studying photography formally I seem to be drawn to the design side more.. just wondering if its worth while studying and where i could go from there.

    Feel free to not divulge any info you think is to prying. Im just curiours really.
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    Default Joyous January 2013 Testing Thread

    Hi ladies, I'm struggling in this awful wait for AF after mc. I have finally got an almost not existent line on my ic hcgs & opks were finally fading. Now the opks are getting darker. Could I be about to o? ImageUploadedByBub Hub1358737548.714327.jpg


 

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