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    I have really high HcG with my viable babies but you are within limits. As little Dove said, it's 72 hours and really, it's about a constant rise rather than specific numbers. There can be *huge* variability in HcG counts so don't stress. I know it's so hard but wait until results from Monday. You may have had a late implant. I'm a late implanter and find the first and 2nd blood tests only a few days after implant, while higher than yours, tend to only double. By the 3rd and 4th test I'm tripling so the further along I get not only does my count obviously go up but the rate at which it increases goes way up.

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    I had a reading of 85 at 8 dpo but hcg never progressed past 91 and it ended in mc last Thursday. Yes your level is low but there is a decent increase so I would think that is a good sign. Don't give up hope yet. Fingers crossed for a nice increase at the next test.

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    Thanks for your responses ladies. I know I've just got to be patient and stick it out. I did a clear blue digi this morning to put my mind at ease that I'm still preg and the result has moved from 1-2 to 2-3 weeks now. I know they're not accurate predictors of hcg by any stretch, but I think the levels need to be at least 200 to register that result. If I was 105 on Friday and got that two days later - today - then perhaps I can he onto some hope they're doubling. My Dr didn't seem too optimistic though so I won't get carried away. Anyway, thanks!! I'll post my confirmed levels on Tues

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    Fauvette I'm sorry about your loss

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    No experience with hcg levels. But my gp didn't even bother taking blood or even getting me to do a urine test when I went for my referal. His attitude was, if you have done a couple of hpt and they're positive, then you're pregnant. If the weeks on your clear blue are increasing, I'd guess thats a great sign! Fx for positive results from your blood tests this week ☺

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    Update - I had blood draw yesterday, 3 days since the last one, and got results this morning 420! Dr seemed more satisfied with this, as it's quadrupled in 4 days. I get the impression a higher number is still desirable so I'm having another draw in a week to check on progress, and I'll get a scan the week after that if things are still progressing. So nerve racking. She said that my low numbers at the start are likely due to how early I was - the first draw was before I'd even missed my period. Anyway / will remain cautiously optimistic and see how this unfolds!

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    Just put the numbers into one of those calculators - doubling time has increased to 38 hours.
    I was 19dpo yesterday - is 420 a reasonable hcg reading for that far along?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik199 View Post
    She said that my low numbers at the start are likely due to how early I was - the first draw was before I'd even missed my period.
    I told you They are lovely numbers, congrats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik199 View Post
    Just put the numbers into one of those calculators - doubling time has increased to 38 hours.
    I was 19dpo yesterday - is 420 a reasonable hcg reading for that far along?
    That's a very good number and certainly within levels you should be. The fact it has quadrupled means more than the actual number.

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    I'm so glad to hear your news! 😃


 

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