I totally understand. I wish mine were as high as yours. My first one was 24 on Monday, my second was 89 on Wed, and I go tomorrow (friday) to see what they are again.
My doctor said they are fine as my little beans started off slowly. But I want to see them in at least triple digits when I go on Friday. He told me I didn't have to come back until my U/S on July 16 and my response to him was "Um have we met...I'll see you Friday. :-) He know's im paranoid! I just want to hear a heart beat already! I am just now 4 weeks pregnant.
Oh man, it's just so hard waiting! i dont get my first u/s until 7/14 which seems like an eternity away. I want to get my blood taken again, but my mom says that I am just being a 'stalker' and need to let it be! :) I thought my numbers seemed low which is why i was concerned. I know they doubled but i wasn't sure it was a decent number though...if i had never had a miscarriage I would probably be a little less paranoid but i can't help it
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