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    Jumping threads here I hope you don't mind....
    ferngirls once your your hcg reaches a certain level

    Beta hCG levels usually double about every 2 days for the first four weeks of pregnancy. As pregnancy progresses the doubling time becomes longer. By 6 to 7 weeks beta hCG levels may take as long as 3 1/2 days to double . hCG normally reaches a peak level at about 8 to 10 weeks and then declines for the remainder of the pregnancy.
    your right on track

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    Thanks for reassuring reply girls appreciate !! .. I'm worried as it went from well above average to well below and fs nurse stressed me out as she said ignoring the second last result when discussing .. I guess it's a waiting game till Monday's blood test ? I hope it's okay but not feeling really positive already snapped at Dh this morning ( not a good idea before injection)

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    @leyshoja On the CFC website it says they're open Saturdays 9-12pm so they should take your call. I'd be bullish about getting Dr W to return your call. No messing about.
    Cyndi CCed Dr W into all my emails but it was only when I emailed Dr W directly and CCed Cyndi that he responded at 8.30am. I'm guessing he does email responses 1st thing in the morning.
    I'd definitely email Dr W directly marking the heading as URGENT. And then call today (repeatedly if necessary) until you can speak with him directly....or the nurse does & relays Dr W's response back to you.
    I believe you've received some great advice on the other thread re the fluid but if it was me I'd want to hear it directly from Dr W.
    Let us know how you get on won't you. Huge supportive hugs.
    PS: I got my intralipid apt time in advance as there was only one slot left for next Tue. I'm guessing Cyndi has already booked your slot this Tue & knows your time already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferngirl View Post
    Thanks for reassuring reply girls appreciate !! .. I'm worried as it went from well above average to well below and fs nurse stressed me out as she said ignoring the second last result when discussing .. I guess it's a waiting game till Monday's blood test ? I hope it's okay but not feeling really positive already snapped at Dh this morning ( not a good idea before injection)
    Hi Ferngirl, I have over the years driven myself mad researching hcg doubling rates during the first trimester. The 48-72 hour doubling rate only applies until your hcg level reaches 1200. After that the normal doubling rate changes to 72-96 hours. Then once your hcg levels reach 6000 the normal doubling rate is 4+ days.

    At 69 hours it sounds like your numbers are better than average after passing the 1200 hcg mark

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    Thanks emma jane thats reassuring

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    Ferngirl my advice would be to try and relax and deal with each result at that time. Don't over-analyze and take it one test at a time.

    A pregnancy lasts a very long and it is all out of our control. I learned not to worry by the time I'd done so many cycles with my own eggs and trusting younger donors. Would never have imagined but this Type A personality refuses to consult Dr Google and over-researching. I've also heard that relaxed mum leads to relaxed baby.

    My little girl is cool as a cucumber which is a blessing considering how busy, organised etc that I am. I had to make a big effort to not get worried and it worked.
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    KMP, how georgous! Question....what did you put down on the nirth certificate as the father. I thought i read somewhere a long time ago you have to put 'donor recipient'?

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    Nawwww how cute @KMP you must be so proud

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferngirl View Post
    Oh, im so upset I got my dpo 24 blood tests yesterday 6029 and compare to dpo 20 2268 my doubling time has gone from 39 hours to 69 I think it's in trouble has anyone had anything similar it seems bad to me, I think I'm losing it again ... I can't stop thinking about it ..
    It's in the normal range love - use this calculator x

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    Helps if you put the link in!
    http://www.babymed.com/tools/hcg-calculator

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