I am just wondering if some of you can tell me what your levels were at 13dpo or around there?
I just had my first positive after trying for 11 months and I am terrifeid. I went to the drs yesturday and they said my urine sample came back negative but that it was ok because I am early. I did another test this morning and it ws still positive a tad bot darker though it was still light. I called for my results today and the nurse told me my HCG level was only 89 and that it was really low and that I need to go back from another test next week.
Im hoping to hear some good stories from you guys.
Anything over 50 is good but even if you're low what's most important is that it's at least doubling every 36 hours. I was 54 at 13dpo and my RE was very happy with that I think you'll be fine and I'm surprised they didn't do a blood test to confirm pg but my experience is a bit different since I have to see an RE...
I first did my beta hCG when I was 11dpo and it was 75. I was asked to repeat the test on 13dpo and it was 231. The nurse said that anything above 50 means you are pregnant. And the values are different for each woman. Probably you had a late implantation. What's important is whether your hCG vales doubles every 48-72 hrs. I tested again on 24dpo and it was 24,875!! Insist on getting your hCG levels tested every week until you are comfortable. Good luck!!!
My beta at 13 dpo was only 37.2, two days later170.3, week after that it was 2420. They stopped taking my betas and moved to us. I am now almost 18 wks. How high the begining number is does not matter as much as the number doubling every 2 to 3 days.
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