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Old 10-08-04, 01:49 PM
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Do either of you guys know what your e2 and p4 levels should be in the 2ww and beyond? I had my first beta today and made them take an extra vial of blood to send to my lab to have these levels checked. I know there is that "hormone level in early pregnancy" chart somewhere and I can't remember the website. I have seen you both post it before, so was wondering if you could let me know.

I am trying so hard to not hpt. I could probably do it today, but think I might just wait until Sunday a.m. I am so tortured right now!! I am still having those weird "electrical" twinges and have been feeling crampy. My bb's also hurt and my nipples are over the top sensitive (which is a new symptom for me!). All of this is probably from the PIO, but I am
 
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Old 10-08-04, 03:22 PM
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Sensitive nipples were always a +++++ sign for me
 


First of all, your P4 level must be high with the supplements you are taking. So don't worry about that. My clinic has us tested at 5 dpt. At that time, they want P4 to be at least 30 and E2 to be at least 100. My gut says you are over these marks. I recall that website saying that P4 should be at least 10 on a natural cycle and at least 15 on a medicated cycle.

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Thank you, my friend. I am probably being neurotic, but d@mmit I want my p4 checked! LOL!! I actually googled and found that chart, too.

Well, I hope this is it. These twinges are what really has me thinking it's a positive sign. But who knows, maybe it's just the PIO wreaking havoc on my fibroids or something. I almost hpt'd today and then decided against it. I'm just gonna FRED on Sun. a.m. before my beta to see if I have any luck.
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