Edited by KelliHope - 3/14/14 at 1:53pm
When did morning sickness start? - Page 2
Looks like the average doubling time for 25,000 range is 73.31 hours (but there is a very wide range ) http://www.betabase.info/showDoubling.php?type=Single
It was 25,000 at 6wk2d and 36,000 at 6wk4d (I think those were the days). According to some internet chart, the #s are totally average, but I wasn't happy that they didn't double. She told me they don't need to double in 48hrs at this point, but that combined with no symptoms feels scary.
Well, those are much better than mine.
5w5d (26DPO): 12,732
6w5d (33DPO): 26,821
It took almost a WEEK to double! I've read that it can take 4 or more days after the level gets above 6000, but it's still not encouraging!
I think you will get good news tomorrow.
So I arrived at the ultrasound today completely convinced we wouldn't see anything but an empty sac. In fact, the tech turned the machine on and said, there's the sac. And I sighed, knowing I was right, it was empty. Then she says, and see that fluttering flicker? That's the heartbeat. WOAH I was so shocked! So, I guess this is just the best baby ever, leaving mommy alone and not making me sick! Here's a pic of little Blobby ;-)
Edited by KelliHope - 3/14/14 at 1:49pm