I had my follow up ob yesterday and everything seemed great. Well until i got my lab results this morning...i hope im just being a worry wort though. On 4/18 my hCG was 3192 and progesterone 18.2 now as of 5/2 hCG is 23,000 progesterone 18. Does my hCG look good to you all??? Also with my progesterone staying the same is that ok? By my lmp i should be 7w5d as of yesterday but going by what the ultrasound showed im only 6w3d. Im just really worried and scared now...ugh!!! Oh and my next ultrasound is on 5/10...
HCG should be fine, since it doesn't double every other day as before. It can take up to 96 hours to double once you hit 2000.
Progesterone is on a lower side, but still good (everything over 15 is ok).
Don't worry ( I know it's easy to say), I'm pretty sure your next u/s will be fine:)
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