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High Progesterone levels 28 day test with Chlomid

(7 Posts)
SinkyMalinks Fri 07-Dec-12 22:27:52


Just call me the reality Santa...!

I hope it turns out better for you.

notthegoodwife Fri 07-Dec-12 11:10:19

Slinky - thanks for your comment - it is really helpful as I need to keep my feet on the ground on this. Too many highs and lows already.

ladythatlunches Fri 07-Dec-12 10:12:53

I was showing 98 before I new I was pregnant! Then when I was about 5 weeks I was about 144.

They said 98 was high and could indicate multiples!


SinkyMalinks Fri 07-Dec-12 09:45:07

I went to 140-160. Never pregnant.

notthegoodwife Fri 07-Dec-12 09:23:16

Thank you so much for your reply. Did your reading show 144 before you knew you were pregnant (I have now done two tests which say I am not!)?
Big gulp here re prospect of twins!

Anybody else got similar experiences?

ladythatlunches Thu 06-Dec-12 19:36:07

Hi, yesterday went up to that, I had twins smile good luck x

notthegoodwife Thu 06-Dec-12 18:15:32

Hi, I have PCOS. This is my 3rd cycle of Chlomid - for this cycle my dosage was upped to 100mg from days 2-6. I had progesterone tests on day 21 and day 28 (as long cycles of between 35 and 55 days). And my day 28 progesterone level was 144 which shows I am ovulating later than had thought but also that it is really high - prev cycle was 1) . Consultant said could be an indicator of pregnancy and really positive. Of course now I think I am pregnant but too early still to test. Just wondered if anybody else had high progesterone levels and pregnant or not pregnant?
It is doing my head in as we have had raised hopes before (two chemical miscarriages) and feel like I am in the last chance saloon.

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