* At 14 DPO, the average HCG level is 48 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 17-119 mIU/ml.
* At 15 DPO, the average HCG level is 59 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 17-147 mIU/ml.
* At 16 DPO, the average HCG level is 95 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 33-223 mIU/ml.
* At 17 DPO, the average HCG level is 132 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 17-429 mIU/ml.
* At 18 DPO, the average HCG level is 292 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 70-758 mIU/ml.
* At 19 DPO, the average HCG level is 303 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 111-514 mIU/ml.
* At 20 DPO, the average HCG level is 522 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 135-1690 mIU/ml.
* At 21 DPO, the average HCG level is 1061 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 324-4130 mIU/ml.
* At 22 DPO, the average HCG level is 1287 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 185-3279 mIU/ml.
* At 23 DPO, the average HCG level is 2034 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 506-4660 mIU/ml.
* At 24 DPO, the average HCG level is 2637 mIU/ml, with a typical range of 540-10,000 mIU/ml.
I don't think there is a "typical" you sound just fine to me.
if you go to any search engine and do a search of hcg range or something to that effect..you will find numerous sites that give the ranges of normal hcg levels.
at 5.5 weeks pg wich would have been about 22 dpo avcording to the 'typicals' given i was over 7,000. which is within the normal range.
what you have to realize is that no body ovulates at the exact same time as anyone else. and i think the second post is right as long as the number is rising and doubling....i wouldn't worry about it....it sounds like you have a stong...possible older than you thought baby in there.
The problem was the nurse at my doctor's office is the one that gave me the results and made a comment about it being high. The more I read the more I thought it may not be a good thing. Then I started to read more about the doubling and how that is more important than the actual number - you're exactly right, that is what matters. Thanks for your comments it really means a lot to me.
I had a hcg of 50 at 13dpo, and a level of 62 at 15 dpo. My doc put me on prometrium, now my progest is at 32. Doc says if I am not at an hcg of 120 by 18dpo I should figure on another miscarriage. Does this seem right?
Can anyone give me any info? I am a little over 5 weeks pregnant. When I was 4.5 weeks (I think 17-18 dpo), my blood test showed an hcg of 109. The nurse told me that was very low. I am supposed to have another test on Thursday (one week later). Anyone know anything about low hcg's and how low 109 actually is? (I am fairly certain of my dates). Just a little history...I had two children (now ages 4 and 2), then had a blighted ovum, then a chemical pregnancy, and now this pregnancy. So, I am very worried I will have another miscarriage!
hI everyone..anyone...:) I am on my second pregnancy and with my first daughter they never did hcg levels.. This time around I conceived while on 50 mg of clomid and now were finally expecting.!!!:) My hcg around 16 days past ovulation was 946. On 19dpo it was 3856!! Are these normal or high. My grandmother is a twin and has had two sets herself. Does this sound like a twin pregnancy or singleton. We have an ultra sound wednesday but i cant wait to know:)!!!!!!????????
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