Ok as some of you remember I had a Quantative HCG test on Wednesday April 15th that came up with a level of 27hcg.
The doctors office was worried that my levels were low, so they told me to go back in to test again in a week.
My level's should've been around 200 minimum.
I went in thursday, about 8 days after my initial test, and I got my results back today!
They're happy about it. By my appointment time on Wednesday, My levels should be over 1000 so they might be able to see something on the U/S. They should also be able to give me a definite EDD by that point!
Congrats. We had our second HCG test done (they did mine two days apart) on the 23rd. We're in the window where the Dr. doesn't want to do anymore tests and we have to wait another 2 weeks before an u/s. It's killing me to wait.
Blueeyedtabbycat~ Normally they go by LMP however, if I were to go by my levels and the day I got my BFP together with the timing of when my initial cramping started... then I would've O'd about a week later than I thought I had.
If in fact I O'd a week later (so the first day of cramping would've been O'day meaning I got my BFP at 12 DPO rather than what I'd thought was 19DPO or so.
If anything shows on the U/S it'll give them a more accurate EDD for me than LMP would. :)
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