Just received my beta#....

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Registered: 08-14-2007
Just received my beta#....
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Wed, 04-30-2008 - 1:35pm

Ok I am currently

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Registered: 08-14-2007
Wed, 04-30-2008 - 1:54pm

Ok, now I'm scared...I looked up high hcg levels and it could be multiples, downs syndrome, or a molar pregnancy.

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Registered: 12-17-2007
Wed, 04-30-2008 - 2:03pm

Paula:

One hCG number is meaningless without another to compare it to. You *may* be have multiples. You *may* have a molar pregnancy... but you more likely are just fine and simply need another number to use for the trend analysis.

P&PT that everything goes perfectly on Friday!

Libby

P.S. These are the ranges... for a single healthy pregnancy. I'm not sure which day you are on, but you probably know and can use this to calm your fears a bit!

• DPO, 14. HCG level, 48 mIU/ml. Range: 17-119 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 15. HCG level, 59 mIU/ml. Range: 17-147 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 16. HCG level, 95 mIU/ml. Range: 33-223 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 17. HCG level, 132 mIU/ml. Range: 17-429 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 18. HCG level, 292 mIU/ml. Range: 70-758 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 19. HCG level, 303 mIU/ml. Range: 111-514 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 20. HCG level, 522 mIU/ml. Range: 135-1690 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 21. HCG level, 1061 mIU/ml. Range: 324-4130 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 22. HCG level, 1287 mIU/ml. Range: 185-3279 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 23. HCG level, 2034 mIU/ml. Range: 506-4660 mIU/ml.
• DPO, 24. HCG level, 2637 mIU/ml. Range: 540-10,000 mIU/ml.