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    Default Hcg increase is this normal

    So I've more than doubled is this normalImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1418774974.589800.jpg

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    Looks like you having doubled every 2 days. So that's great

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    Default Hcg increase is this normal

    That's great. They normally want a doubling every 48hrs and yours is slightly quicker! All good!
    Last edited by CodieBloom; 17-12-2014 at 12:50.

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    Is there issues with it being too quick?

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    Default Hcg increase is this normal

    They sometimes say that very rapidly increasing or high HCG levels can be due to molar pregnancies (rare), blighted ovums or multiples. That being said, Google is your enemy with these things!
    IMO your levels are increasing well and you don't need to stress.
    Like anything, sometimes there are surges over a few days and sometimes it's just the way you are. I read another one of your posts that says you're about 5wks pregnant, Which your HCG is perfectly normal for!
    No need to worry!
    Last edited by CodieBloom; 17-12-2014 at 12:49.

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    Test this week saw my levels at 10,000 + bring on my scan in 2 weeks


 

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