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2nd Beta

This morning Meg went in for her second beta. (Technically Yesterday...I'm writing this after midnight) The nurse must've destroyed her arm because she came out saying the nurse had to "dig around." Eek!

Meg has been having a lot of bellyaches (before bed) recently. She is exhausted (all the time). She complains of sore boobs and has serious mood swings! 

She's nauseous off and on throughout the day. But, today was the first day she has had to break open the ginger chews. 

The doc called this afternoon with her blood results. Her beta came back at 783. Her progesterone was 16. Doc said everything looks fantastic! We go in for our first ultrasound on August 5th!


  1. Awesome update! Grow little baby Growwww! So happy for you ladies :)

  2. Awesome news!!! Sorry the nurse had to dog around. Happened to me too and finally she quit and went to my other arm. The whole digging is not fun! Glad all is well :)

    1. So gross! The nurse ended up switching arms with meg too!

  3. Great news! Just started following you ladies. I saw you joined the Philadelphia zoo! We live in King of Prussia!

    1. Thats funny that you're so close! We love the zoo!

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