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    I was 10,000 at 5 weeks ( 500 at 4 weeks) I was just told one strong bubba.

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    Betabase lists a max HCG at 30 days past ovulation (6 weeks) as 253000. Based on that I wouldn't think yours is out of the ordinary. Weird that it says to follow up - if you really haven't had a scan then prepare yourself for the possibility of twins in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futuremamma View Post
    Thanks Delirium. Those ranges suggest I'm not much over which makes me feel better. The ones I had from the pathology clinic were lower.
    You are out of the normal rates but not by a huge amount. My first bloods at 14DPO were top end of normal then from then on they were past the top end ranges. HcG can vary so much from woman to woman and pg to pg. What I have read is that high HcG means the growth of the placenta is going really well and it is often a strong healthy pg.

    I know it's hard not to stress. I had convinced myself I may well have twins until my first scan but nope just one little boy.

    I can't send the link to that as it's a competing site and I'll get a wrist slap lol but if you google HcG 10 weeks you'll find what I linked seems pretty universal.

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    My ds hcg numbers where higher than this pregnancy which started as triplets. He was just a strong big boy. . . . And still is. Take one day at a time and stay off google.

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    Thanks for your advice ladies. I had a scan today and there is one healthy bubba in there

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