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Blood hcg levels 104

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Chaseisace Thu 28-Apr-16 15:39:56

Hi, does anyone have any experience of blood hcg levels? I had mine checked the other day and will have a recheck tomorrow. The last levels were 104 at 5 weeks and 1 day. Is this normal? GP says it's indicative of pregnancy but I don't feel pregnant at all and urine tests are very faint

cheapredwine Thu 28-Apr-16 17:47:58

I can't remember the exact day but it would have been around 4 weeks, and the clinic (IVF baby) regarded a bHCG of over 25 as a positive. The key thing is really how it increases. At this stage the ROUGH aim is for it to double every 48 hours but it varies a lot. It's terrifying. Have everything crossed for you OP flowers

Chaseisace Thu 28-Apr-16 18:02:19

Thanks for your reply. It's so nerve wracking, I just have a feeling that things aren't right this time around. Al least once these next levels are done I may have an idea which way it looks like going. Do you think they will keep on checking it?

Princesspinkgirl Thu 28-Apr-16 18:34:14

It's difficult but try and relax I'll look for your update

Chaseisace Thu 28-Apr-16 18:56:04

Been googling and it's not looking positive. I got an extremely faint positive a week ago. Levels should be a lot higher than they are

cheapredwine Thu 28-Apr-16 19:02:09

The key thing is the levels should be going up. It could be a very late implanter. The numbers vary hugely. A friend had bHCG of 60 at about 4 weeks and has a bouncing 3 year old now. It's a case of sitting it out unfortunately, so hard I know. I would hope they'd keep checking the level if it's going up tomorrow, but I genuinely don't know NHS protocol. Really hope it's positive news tomorrow for you OP

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