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Second Beta

Meg's 2nd beta with Avery was 651 (from 258). Her Progesterone dropped so they had us go in for a third beta. With Harper, her second beta was 783. 

Meg went to RMA first more bloodwork this morning. They just called back. Her progesterone is 25.2 and her hcg was either 1582 or 1852 (Megan can't remember) 

Meg threw up at work the other day. Since then. she has been feeling really blah and has a constant feeling of nausea. She's also physically exhausted and has sore boobs. Good times!!! 

We have our first ultrasound a week from today! (Next Thursday) 

We haven't told the girls yet. It's only a matter of time!


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