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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    I figured that!
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    I had my bloods at 8 and they haven't rung yet. I'm so impatient!!

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    Keep up the good work ladies xxx

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    Ok I complained to soon. Hcg 2333 so doubling time of 40hrs.

    I'm pretty worried my prog was 590ish last week and today it is 417, still really high but dropping....

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    @Chyna So excited for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Ok I complained to soon. Hcg 2333 so doubling time of 40hrs.

    I'm pretty worried my prog was 590ish last week and today it is 417, still really high but dropping....
    Thats good hcg has gone up hun. Are you on pessaries for prog already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chyna View Post
    Thats good hcg has gone up hun. Are you on pessaries for prog already?
    Yep pesseries, crinone, and 2 progonova 4 times a day. Plus I had IM Prog day of transfer and the day before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    Ok seems my issues are not just embryo related. Warren was worried with progesterone last cycle as it plumeted at the end of the tww even though I was on 100mg of provera. So this cycle I am the first patient apparently hes ever put on daily progesterone injections normally he has the injections given twice in the tww. Things were going well and I was having bt every few days and my progesterone was 350, 420 and 430 at last test on Tuesday. Today however just as last cycle its plumeted again and its now at 57 . Seems it becomes a bigger battle every cycle, there is nothing else they can give me.
    I'm confused about the progesterone, mine was 27 before transfer and I was upped to 4 400mg pessaries a day as it needed to be above 30.

    It was 36 at 4 weeks and Mine now is 55 at 6 weeks pregnant and they told me that all was on track and it was good but am I very low???

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    @mummymaybe good about the HCG - I have no idea about prog sorry. I'm off to do some research about my own levels which are 55 at 6w5d

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    @mummymaybe - Great hcg levels hun, I do think progesterone is forever ever moving but its a sudden drop which is more concerning maybe speak to the nurses and see if they can keep a regular check on it if you are concerned hun x

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