Hi all! At what I think was 13dpo (but could have been 17dpo) I had my progesterone level tested and it came back at 170 nmol/L (53.46 ng/mL).
I've found that the 'normal' range for first trimester is:
So my level is pretty high!
Just for fun I'd be interested to hear of other's experiences with high progesterone? Did you have a singleton or multiples?
Just FYI - I've had no fertility treatments and I do have a maternal history of multiples (mat gmother is twin, aunty had twins).
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09-01-2016 08:00 #1
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09-01-2016 19:05 #2
Sorry no experience but in sure I read somewhere that high progesterone can be a sign of multiples...
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09-01-2016 20:07 #3
When pregnant with my DD, my progesterone at 14dpo was 68.
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09-01-2016 21:13 #4
I've also heard high progesterone is a sign of multiples! With DS mine was over 1000! I did do IVF but even for fertility treatment that's a crazy high number. Just one healthy little bean.
I think it's a sign of a healthy pregnancy
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09-01-2016 21:20 #5
I was actually worried my progesterone would be low, as I've had 2 mc's in the past. So was really shocked that it cane back so high! Pleased though as I know it's important in early pregnancy ☺
So long as bub sticks and grows I'm happy! But will be totally panicked if it is multiples 😅
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