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    Yay!!!!

    I was soooo nervous before my beta, the nurse couldn't get any blood because my veins were also nervous!

    28 weeks later... (Or 24 technically)

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    Yay! Officially congrats!

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    Wow that's fantastic. Phew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Yay!!!!

    I was soooo nervous before my beta, the nurse couldn't get any blood because my veins were also nervous!

    28 weeks later... (Or 24 technically)
    Haha, yeah, I've been so bad!! I was hoping for a bit of a higher number, but I think I just need to stop reading forums and just relax! A couple of people on FB group questioned my progesterone so now I'm worried about that being too low. Argh! I think I need to just be positive and hope for the best

    Progesterone 32.5

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    What was your prog? Easily fixed if it is too low but if the clinic is happy, so should you be!

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    It was 32.5, I asked her and she said it was good so no need to continue crinone, surely they are trained enough to know if I should be doing otherwise.

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    I don't think the fear goes away!
    First we get the two lines, then we stress that it's not dark enough, then we want the hcg and stress it's not high enough, or too high, then we stress it's ectopic, then we want to see the yolk sac, then the fetal pole, then the heartbeat!! It just keeps going!

    I'm fourteen weeks on Sunday and the anxiety hasn't slowed yet, sorry, that's probably not helpful at all!!

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    My clinic said they like it over 30 and natural pregnancies are less usually anyway, more than 20 they like.

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    Congratulations Butterfly 2013!!!!!! Very exciting news and I would be happy with that HCG level. My progesterone was the same as you for my DD2 (now 6yo). My FS seemed happy enough but I was so anxious so he put me on progesterone pessaries. These were my security blanket and really helped me get thru the next 2 months. I also had repeat BT's to check it. Some may think this is overkill but I dont think it can hurt and if it makes you stress less then all the better

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    Congratulations!! That's fantastic news! I'm so happy for you.

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