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Old 06-12-2010, 12:49 AM
 
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I'm glad to come back from my short hiatus to such great news ladies!

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Old 06-12-2010, 01:03 AM
 
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I so wish I had the option of having levels checked. I emailed my OB to mention about my not too distant past of having hormonal issues. I haven't heard anything back.
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I so wish I had the option of having levels checked. I emailed my OB to mention about my not too distant past of having hormonal issues. I haven't heard anything back.
I would give them a call, wouldn't hurt right?

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Old 06-12-2010, 01:15 PM
 
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I would give them a call, wouldn't hurt right?
I know but my OB is around only M, T, W so I knew that even if I called the message would just sit there. I will call on Monday as well. At least she would have the email when she first got there.
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Dont freak out if its not...

as your numbers go up, they start to double slower. Its normal.

By the time you are in the 1,000s range its normal to double every 3 to 4 days.

By the time you are over 6,000 it takes more than 4 days to double.

Its not really a constant doubling thing... I mean, that would be pretty crazy if it was wouldnt it? Your body would be working really hard once it hit 6,000 to double it to 12,000 in just two days!
I am soooo glad I found this. I feel a lot better. I'm 7 weeks 4 days and my numbers were 32592 two days ago, and 37875 today. The nurse said there was nothing to be concerned about despite not doubling. However, I misscaried at this stage in my last pregnancy and I'm super anxious. That and I don't feel as crappy today as I did yesterday.

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Camille I can totally relate! I dont feel as icky today and it makes me nervous. Im 10 wks now but have had 2 losses at 9 wks. We just need to clear our minds and think positive sticky baby thoughts

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