Got my BFP with a twist- Hcg24 @15DPO.Need to hear any positive story I can hear to stop me going insane between now and my next BT tomorrow. Feeling rather negative ATM.Have also been put on progesterone pessaries x1 night in addition to crinone x2 daily.Fortitude
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03-06-2012 15:37 #1
Low Hcg BFP- any positive stories?
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03-06-2012 16:59 #2
Read some articles online- what I need to hope for is that the Hcg is rising.
This quote from a FS gave me hope: I can relate many personal experiences with patients who started out with an unexpectedly low hCG that went on to have normal, healthy pregnancies, so patience is a virtue under these circumstances.
04-06-2012 09:36 #3Senior Member
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No stories sorry but just wanted to wish you luck
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04-06-2012 10:15 #4Senior Member
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Wishing you luck
I don't have a story and I am only learning about this topic, however a friend was also very low in her levels and was not doubling every 2 days. She was told the pregnancy was not viable etc. However after waiting for 2 weeks everything picked up for her and now she is 8 months pregnant and everything so far is going very well for her. My fingers are crossed for you. xxx
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04-06-2012 10:20 #5
Mrs P- thanks for the well wishes, I appreciate them alot.
Gurtling: Thanks so much for a positive story. I hope my story ends the same way.
I am literally sitting here waiting for the phone call and going nuts. Wondering whether it all ends or continues from that call.
04-06-2012 10:24 #6
A lady on fb this morning, in response to this exact question that I asked on a forum, said that she was <2 and told not pregnant and she is now 20 weeks so Dr is amazed but it does happen. Fingers crossed for us!
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04-06-2012 10:56 #9
Good luck!! I have read lots of stories of people who defied doctors' expectations. Even my FS said to me (when mine was a little slow to double) that he has seen plenty of pregnancies be slow to take off, but then go on to be fine.
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04-06-2012 11:01 #10
Thanks so much Peoniesarepretty.
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