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    Leyshoja I suppose if people know they ask and they think they are supporting but we all know how gruelling the process is and how emotionally draining it is. I don't think many people have any real concept of the process. I would hate it if I was being asked all the time and having to redress it.

    I find it annoying now at 6 months having to talk about having a baby. I can't imagine having people asking throughout the complexities of IVF and donation.

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    How many times have you been asked so far:
    Do you know what you're having?
    Will you be natural or Caesar?
    Was it planned?
    Would you prefer boy or girl?
    Etc

    Lol. What about belly rubbers. That's going to freak me out - get your goddamn hands off me !!

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    Hi ladies
    Had my blood test this morning and my level was 203. I'm concerned this is a bit low. The worrying doesn't really stop does it. I'm having a repeat blood test on Monday.

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    Lisa that's a perfectly normal beta ...mine was 111 with Edie. It doesn't matter what it starts at either, its how it rises. No the worry doesn't stop!

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    My first was only 43 Lisa! Major panicking by me but we are 31.5 weeks pregnant now. Everyone's levels are a varied! 203 is great! Congratulations! Xx
    Last edited by mardicharli; 19-06-2015 at 17:25.

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    Lisa, thats a good number. Mine was 205 and I'm having twins!

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    Lisa it's a good strong positive. Now strap yourself in for the ride. It's weird so many visits and tests early on and then they spread right out.

    Hoping it all progresses well for you.

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    Thanks everyone you've made me feel better. Just with seeing high numbers lately I was a bit worried.

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    Lisa, no matter what your starting point you just need to see it double over 48-72hrs.

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    Hi everyone. I had my blood test today at 9dp5dt and we are pregnant. I did POAS this morning and it was positive then I started to panic that what if it was a chemical (all the usual negative thoughts). Still in shock. 10 years if IVF and 25 cycles we are finally pregnant. My beta is 192 and and prog is 150.
    Now to keep fingers crossed that everything keeps going well.


    Lisa - don't panic they are good numbers!!!


    My FS will test again next week!

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