Just curious...DW had blood taken on Feb 22nd, then the 24th to check her levels & make sure they were rising, and they were, but the nurse didnt actually give us the # on either test, only said they were rising properly.
The ER Dr told us her numbers were 6,000. (Well just a very few shy of 6k)
From what I read online, the numbers can vary greatly, so it seems for 5w5d, her 6,000 is a good number. I cant wait to go to the Dr though, this whole thing is a fun, but anxious ride! :)
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betabase is where I checked mine...mine were much lower...I was not as far along
your numbers sound great!
there is a calculator on betabase that will tell you what the doubling time is and why it is important;)
eta: if you call the nurse she will tell you the #s and then you can check them your self :)
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Mine was over 81,000 at 10 weeks 6 days. I am always pretty high...
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