Congratulations on your positive pregnancy test. Because you are not under the care of an Infertility DR (a Reproductive Endocrinologist-RE) your OB office is going to treat you differently then a Fertility Clinic would. Hop
in values, the test is not useful in establishing the gestational age of a pregnancy.
Beta hCG levels... the doubling time increases. By 6 to 7 weeks gestation beta hCG levels may take as long as 3 1/2 days to double...
It sounds as though you were probably around 3 days past ovulation when you took the first progesterone test. so the rise is a normal part of the luteal phase (the time from Ovulation to the day before your bleed begins) ye
this is a conversation best had with your gyno.
Women can get pregnant with PCOS- but usually have a difficult time with getting to the point of conception (meaning annovulatory cycles tend to be more common than regul
Pregnancy Loss and Thyroid Levelsby
I'm pretty sure most of my readers are not trying to get pregnant, but this article from Empowher.com is interesting from a couple of standpoints: it talks about thyroid balance, something I know affects a lot of peri/menop
Hi im around 5 weeks pregnant. i went for my first blood test thursday 29th november 2012 and it was 1604 and went for my second blood test saturday 1st december 2012 and it was 1800 and something. Could I have lost the baby.
in establishing the gestational age of a pregnancy.
Beta hCG levels should double approximately every 2 days... gestation beta hCG levels may take as long as 3 1/2 days to double [3,4].
You can use the Beta hCG...