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    Default Worried - Progesterone in early pregnancy

    Hi Ladies,

    I was wondering if I could ask your opinion or if you have similar experiences....

    On Friday DH and I had out first BFP confirmed with a hcg in the mid 900’s at 4 weeks on our 5th transfer. But my progesterone only come back at 19.1 and I'm very concerned and scared about this. I’m currently taking 2 x crinone per day, 2 x pessery per day and 8 tablets of provera. The nurse mentioned sometimes the progesterone cant be measured fully by a blood test and it soaks into the uterus and not blood. I just have to wait and see what the next blood tests results bring next week.

    Sadly i spent the whole day on a downward spiral and sobbing to DH. I have such a mix of emotions in one day.

    Do you think I have any chance at all to continue on with my pregnancy?

    Take care x

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    http://repro-med.net/repro-med-site2...d=25&Itemid=12


    Just googling a little to see if I could find anything on "normal" levels of progesterone during pregnancy. There is a graph on the link that might be helpful.

    Hope all goes smoothly for you.

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    Thank you Net and interesting reading.


 

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