7 DPO Progesterone results
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|Tue, 08-31-2004 - 2:41pm|
The level was 15 nmol/L - coverted to the US measurement - that means 4.71 ng/mL. Drs feel you need a progesterone level of 10 ng/mL for a viable pregnancy.
Well, at least it means I ovulated. I found this:
Several other biochemical parameters can be used to determine if ovulation has occurred--eg, an elevation in serum progesterone (>= 4 ng/mL )
~*~ Catherine (Me - 50y, DH - 44y)
Our 1st precious baby together - m/c @ 8wks - Feb 14, 2004,
plus several chemical pregnancies since.
My three children : 16y, 27y, 29y
Plus 5 + previous babies lost.
What's the point of being so fertile if I can't hold onto one little baby?