Im just wondering because of my past i had one misscaraige and my last pregnancy i was hemridgeing from my placenta and the doctor had put me on progesterone pills i was 8 weeks at that time and took them untill i was about 12 weeks i am currently 5 weeks from what my nurse says and my beta level keeps going up but my progesterone level keeps decreasing?..why?..i am currently at 11.24 it started at 16.16 my beta is over 864 what is going on does it fluctuate like that in early pregnancy?..am i going to be okay because i want my doctor to put me on progesterone pills due to my history i just feel like no one is listening to me what should i do?..Please help what is the normal progesterone level at about 5 to 6 weeks pregnant?
It would be ideal if your progesterone level was over 15. That is the number we shoot for.
Your rising beta HCG is a good sign, but I would probably put you on progesterone supplementation--it may not help anything, but there is really no down side risk either.
Just speak to your doctor directly and tell him/her of your concerns--they are legitimate. If the doctor doesn't listen, you may want to consider another doctor!
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