I am 6 1/2 weeks pregnant on my very very last embryo ever. Its been a long long very up and down road - all outcomes are familiar to me.
So at my first pregnancy test after the 2WW my beta was 39 and my doctor warned me this is likely not to progress but after a long two and a half weeks of blood tests my levels have continued to increase to 7,500, now its time to do the 7w viability ultrasound but my doctor has said the levels are still very low and can result in a non-viability or slow hearbeat etc. etc.
I asked him what is the optimum level to which he said it "can be anything up to 20,000 but that doesnt mean my pregnancy is non-viable, I could have a viable embryo".
I need help to get to Tuesday ultrasound - I have hit a brick wall.
Has this happened to anyone, has anyone had a good result if so.
Margaux, Lara IVF No. 6 twins 3 1/2
Hugh FET, 1 1/2
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08-25-2005, 12:56 AM #1lainRegistered Userhas no status.
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6 1/2 FET pregnancy, low betas but increasing?? Anyone??
08-27-2005, 07:01 AM #2WinterlilyRegistered Userhas no status.
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I don't have any advice, I just wanted to give ya a hug of support and wish you the best of luck on Tuesday. I know how incredibly hard it is waiting to get to those appointments! You kinda wish you could just go to sleep and wake up 15 minutes before the appointment!
My RE had told me that numbers don't mean all that much and they really put their faith in the first u/s. So don't give up -- you'll know more on Tuesday.
The very BEST of luck to you -- do let us know?
SamanthaAfter 6 years of heartache, my dream finally came true on March 1, 2006. His name is Julian!
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