About Me: Female, 39, Springfield, PA, member since Aug 2008
I am a school teacher in Philadelphia school district. This is my 6th year teaching in Philly. I enjoy animals, children, and dancing. This fall I will be teaching 3 hip-hop dance classes in Downingtown.
Just a quick note to say hi! Your level is still pretty high then its going to take alittle time. If you your level had drop really fast then yes you could get PG again after 2 weeks.Well I would like to share this with you.I went to the doc 2 weeks ago and my level was at 51.I went back again last week and my level came back at 57.It went up and my level was going down. I have to go in today to do another blood test, my doc is thinking I may be PG and my level dont drop all the way down to 0 or 5. Well I'll let you know how it goes when the test come back.* Babydust*( babydust mean that am praying for you to get PG). Keep TTC. ( TTC mean trying to conceive).
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