I have been an IVF patient for the past 4 years. I have had three ectopics and resulted in me losing both my tubes. Last week I had a positive preganancy test and my hcg was 200. yesterday my level was 340, the nurse advised me that they really wanted them to double. I am a bit worried but I am hopeful that it will work out.
I found out today I am pregnant, after 5 day blastocyst IVF transfer 7 days ago. My HCG was 19. My OB was worried they were low, but my IVF Dr. Said they were GREAT numbers. Tomorrow bloodwork again. Twice a week now. I was told by my OB they needed to double, but IVF Dr said as long as they are increasing steadily it was ok. I tend to go with my IVF Dr, he does do this for a living. His nurse insist they must double, but, HE is the Dr not her, so I'm not worried. Lol. I have 5 children of my own, without IVF. This one I am a gestational carrier for my cousin. She had 17 miscarries and 5 failed IVF on herself.
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