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Old 10-12-04, 11:14 AM
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ok, now I'm a little worried. I was reading some posts on another board about hcg levels and everyones were alot higher then what mine were yesterday. I'm talking from 100 on up and mine was only 14. Could it be because I had late implantation? Geez now I'm going to be worried about this until Thursday when my results come back. I wonder if I get in early tomorrow if they'll get the results back the same day? But since I got a pregant on the digital do you think that means it increased? I know they test at a higher level then the First Response. Sorry for all the questions but I'm worried now. Maybe I should call the nurse and talk to her and see what else she has to say.
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Old 10-12-04, 11:40 AM
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Please do not worry.
 
Everyone is different and you could have implanted on 10DPO and your HCG would be low at 12 DPO. I'm going to go look up and see what my levels were at 12 DPO. I think mine were pretty low since my hpt was very light...

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Old 10-12-04, 11:56 AM
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You're only 12dpo and you may have just implanted a couple of days ago, so it's too early to have very high #s, and remember, everyone is different. One of our grads had a first beta of 5, and went on to have a perfectly normal pregnancy.

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Enjoy a peaceful and healthy pregnancy.
 
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Old 10-12-04, 12:16 PM
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Sounds like excellent news!

Here is a site which lists HCG levels in pg and it only starts at cd14...which you have not even hit yet and 17 is listed as low for cd14...so you are ahead of that already!
 


 
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Old 10-12-04, 02:41 PM
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Your beta # sounds perfectly normal to me. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!
 
This is such wonderful news!! I can't wait to see you posting over on the Pregnant After DI board!
 
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