I don't know exactly how far apart your betas were, but those look like good strong numbers to me!
Don't worry yourself about the fact that some of your donor's previous recipients had a miscarriage. It likely had nothing to do with your donors eggs. You're probably not any more likely to m/c. That said, obviously it isn't easy to just turn off the worry... Wishing you a somewhat stress free, relaxing and happy time until you get that 6-week sonogram and beyond!
Tracy, 28 - FXS Carrier/POF
One IVF w/PGD - BFN
Thinking of doing IVF w/DE in 2008
Thanks. I do know that m/c's can also be a sperm quality issue, not just eggs. There is really no way to know if its the sperm or egg that is chromosomally damaged. I hope the large beta indicates a good embryo. I am very worried all the time, I can't see the embryo or feel it moving around.
Tess, you do know you're not going to actually FEEL the embryo/baby for a few months, right?
Awesome beta numbers! Congratulations!