I just got a call from my doc office stating that my HCG level is only at 52 and they expected it to be much higher. I am terrified!
HCG at 52
Progesterone at 28.2
for being 4 weeks thats not always bad. just because they expect it to be higher doesnt mean that its bad. you should have another one done a few days apart to see if your levels are increasing. are you have any pregnancy symptoms? when was your period due?
I know it is way easier said than done (I have been there) but try not to stress. You could be earlier than what you thought. And as long as they continue to double things should be fine. When do you go back for more labs?
Hey hun you need your levels checked every 48 hours to make sure they doubling, thats the important factor, i wouldnt worry too much what your first hcg result is its the doubling that matters, are you having them done again?? xx
More labs tomorrow. Those results were from yesterday's labwork. My cycles have been running from 30 to 32 days. I got a positive on Day 28 (this past saturday). Also...yes, lots of symptoms! Nausea, bloating, sore bbs, peeing all the time, stupid brain, extremely tired.
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