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#1 of 2 Old 07-18-2013, 07:14 PM - Thread Starter
 
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For those of you who have followed your hcg numbers, have they been similar across your different pregnancies? Mine have always been pretty typical/average, say 400 at 17 dpo. Except for this time--I got 2000 at 15 dpo and 4100 at 17 dpo. I'm glad the number is doubling, but I'm puzzled why it's so high. I know I can't do anything but wait until the ultrasound next week, but I'm curious as to whether anyone else has experienced something similar. This is my 5th pregnancy I have followed the early numbers for, so it is definitely different this time!

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It could be normal it could be multiples it could be further along than you thought it also could be ectopic or molar.

 

Mine were very different (only two measured)
 

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