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Old May 15th, 2018, 05:37 AM   1
RandaPanda
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HCG of 3476 at 18/19 dpo...


I know there's a massive range of normal, but do my numbers seem a bit high for so early on? What were your numbers at 18 or 19 dpo? (I'm 19 max based on the only time my husband and I had a chance to dtd )

I miscarried in March, so have been pretty anxious about this pregnancy. Now my husband is convinced it's twins I was at just 233 at 13 or 14dpo, but my numbers have jumped so quickly! I know it's likely a singleton, but I'll be looking forward to my first US in early June!!



 
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Old May 15th, 2018, 07:51 AM   2
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Congratulations! Your beta is definitely high, but nothing too crazy either. Check out betabase.info for average betas by DPO. So at 19 DPO, for a singleton, you'll see that 92 women reported a beta in a range that your beta falls into as well. It's definitely on the upper end, but I wouldn't worry about twins just yet. It varies a lot. Twin betas can be found on that page as well by the way.



 
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Old May 15th, 2018, 07:56 AM   3
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Thank you!!



 
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Old May 17th, 2018, 18:17 PM   4
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With daughter, at either 20 or 21 DPO my hcg was 18,762. I thought that was crazy high, but my OB said it was normal and he's seen numbers all over the place. Congrats by the way!!



 
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Old May 17th, 2018, 22:17 PM   5
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I was about 2224 at 20 DPO. No twins, just a healthy singleton born full-term. Some women's bodies just produce a lot of HCG. It always meant I got early BFPs! And it's a great sign of having a healthy pregnancy so I hope it gives you some reassurance after your previous loss. (Of course it's totally possible you do have twins, a lot of women I saw posting about high HCG ended up with multiples.)



 
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Old May 17th, 2018, 23:03 PM   6
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Numbers can definitely be all over the place.
With the twins Iím expecting they were 130 at 16dpo, 320 at 18dpo and 900 at 20dpo. So numbers definitely have a huge range and canít really tell you if youíre having multiples or not.



 
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Quick update: 38,283 at 27dpo - my final test before ultrasound at 8 weeks I know it is likely a healthy single pregnancy at this point, which I'm grateful for. But I input my betas into the babymed HCG calculator, and my levels do seem pretty high!



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Excellent numbers Hope you'll keep this thread updated and let us know how many they'll find in there in a few weeks!



 
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