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    And for an extra bit of fun @Risa78 scroll down to the bottom of this page https://www.babymed.com/normal-hcg-b...ring-pregnancy

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    Great numbers @Risa78. Can’t wait to find out if you’re having twins!!

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    Eeeeeek! This is not going to help my insomnia ladies

    For a real scare... I found this on google earlier. http://www.surromomsonline.com/support

    I crunched the numbers and they are scary! I keep telling myself these are surrogates so probably not 40 year olds with autoimmune issues so twin implantation rate would be loads higher right?

    R

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    [QUOTE=Risa78;8911059]Eeeeeek! This is not going to help my insomnia ladies

    For a real scare... I found this on google earlier. http://www.surromomsonline.com/support

    I crunched the numbers and they are scary! I keep telling myself these are surrogates so probably not 40 year olds with autoimmune issues so twin implantation rate would be loads higher right?

    R[/QUOTE @Risa78 yes enough ribbing, honestly there's been lots of ladies with high hcg at early betas who ended up with singleton pregnancies so dont stress yet. Its weird isnt it with the double transfer thing. On the one hand you think yay instant family, no need to ever go back and go through the whole ivf thing again and on the other hand you think twins omg how will i cope? Whatever happens though, you'll manage. If you can do overseas ivf, you have the strength to handle anything life throws at you xx

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    You’re right @gorgeousgeorge. I honestly don’t care if it’s one or two. I’ll be both incredibly delighted and sh*t scared either way I reckon

    But it was nice for once to get a beta result that wasn’t low/borderline.

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    Congratulations @Risa78 fantastic result

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risa78 View Post
    It’s official. First beta today 185 at 8.5dp5dt.

    Phew!

    R
    I am so so happy for you! That is so brilliant....

    And I didn't ask, but it sounds like you had two transferred, which you said you would before.

    So on day 14/15 post surge Hcg is quite high! Check out https://www.advancedfertility.com/earlypre.htm.

    There was another website, I was in between an obvious singleton and twins. All I can say is don't expect to work post 30 weeks if it's twins. It is incredibly hard work carrying two, and there is always a high risk of them being prem, and late term prem. My favourite spot was on the couch with my feet up, especially in the heat.

    So happy for you.

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    OMG @Risa78 I'm so excited for you 🤞🤞👍🙏 I was thinking of you travelling back over last few days xx

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    Just a shout out to anyone needing to book flights. Qantas have a sale on fares to Cape Town - book by 29th July.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #16

    Just an update from me. 2nd beta finally came in! Gosh they made me wait 2 whole days for the results

    8dp5dt - 185
    11dp5dt - 610

    So doubling time looking ok at 41hrs. And I reckon that’s more in the singleton zone. I guess only time will tell!

    R

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