Hi Ladies!! So, I've had two beta's and they are both looking high...1st @ 4 weeks(16dpo) was 438 and the 2nd @ 5 weeks(24dpo) 10,581. I would love to know what yours looked like..is it likely that I'm having twins?
My first beta around 12 dpo was 82, then tripled every two days. Go to www.betabase.info (website) that lists actual recorded beta's for singleton and twin pregnancies. The other "hint" of twins I got was when my progesterone was toping the scale. Normally with singletons the progesterone level is around 20, but mine was measuring as high as the scale would read, at >45.
Thanks for your answers ladies!! My progesterone is also high...at 4 weeks it was almost 49!!! I would be thrilled to have twins..I guess the only way to know is with the ultrasound I'll have on June 3rd!! :) Thanks again!!!
My doctor didnt tell me any values. As soon as I went in and said that I had a positive HPT the week before, they immediately did an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy....and so we knew immediately that it was twins too.
They never told me my progesterone (I was on suppositories so I guess wouldn't be correct anyways) but my first test was at 17 DPO was 1300 and one week later was 18,000 and I am pregnant with twins. We did IVF so new it was likely twins right away (2 embryos placed) Good luck to you!
Hi, I have a regular beta HCG Tests, I am now 9wks pregnant with twins. At 2.5wks the beta was 210, at 3.5wks it was 570, at 4wks the beta was 2500, at 5 wks it was 13000, at 7 wks it was 56000, now it is over 200000 and the morning sickness is really a good tell.
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