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  • Mommy2KNIH Mommy2KNIH's Avatar 08-08-06 | 06:14 PM
  • Hey ladies, I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this and I hope I dont offend anyone by doing so. I just know you ladies have lots of info and know a lot about Beta levels.

    Last Thursday Aug 3rd, I had my beta done and it was 1787 and I was just 5 weeks on that day. I had another beta done yesterday on Aug 7th and it was 7000. Is this good and is it doubling like it should?

    Any insight would be great
     


    Thanks in Advance
  • MariahsMommy 08-08-06 | 07:14 PM
  • I have no clue, but lots of sticky vibes to you!!
  • WestiesMA WestiesMA's Avatar 08-08-06 | 08:35 PM
  • It should approximately double every 48 hours or so. So it sounds like you are right on schedule!!!
  • :domesticgoddess: :domesticgoddess:'s Avatar 08-08-06 | 11:57 PM
  • Sounds like a very healthy pregnancy to me!! Congratulations!
     
  • Spencersmom Spencersmom's Avatar 08-09-06 | 12:03 PM

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    Congrats to you Corinne!

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