I was just wondering whats more accurate for comparing hcg results to averages? Im technically 12dpo and i know 100% i o'd either cd 15 at the earliest or 16 at the latest but dr said im still 4weeks tomorrow based on my last menstrual cycle... hcg was 45 at what i would say 12dpo which is good but for 13dpo they are below average. I know im reading to much into it haha
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30-11-2015 18:16 #1
Question about dpo vs 'weeks' based on lmp.
30-11-2015 20:09 #2
If you know when you ovulated or when you DTD then that is of course more accurate than LMP.
IIRC the average HCG has so much variation, I wouldn't read too much into it.
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