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Third Beta

The doctor just called with the results of Meg's third beta...her hcg was 2188 and her progesterone was 16 (On Friday her hcg level was 651 and her progesterone was 15) Doc says everything looks fantastic!!!

We go in for our first ultrasound Thursday morning at 7:15 (Happy 8 year anniversary to us!!!)

It's hard to believe...


  1. Those are great levels...We never had a third HCG but our first was 150 on CD15 and 281 on CD17. They also say all the fun starts (morning sickness and what not) when HCG gets over 2000. Have fun!!!!!! I know I am!


  2. lol, are you serious?!?! She told me this morning that she is starting to feel like "poopy shit" Guess, that explains it.

  3. Those are great numbers!!! I am so happy for you both!


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