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March 3rd, 2014, 05:27 PM
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Just to give you a little background history.
Feb 14 HCG was 26
Fed 18 HCG was 300
Feb 24 HCG was 2900
March 3 HCG was 3400

I am a little concerned that its slowed down in doubling. I am going in for an ultrasound tomorrow per my request to make sure everything is where it is supposed to be. I am so nervous, everything was rising nicely until today. Has anyone had a slow rising HCG situation like this or could this just be a fluke draw. Can HCG draws be wrong? I believe I'm around 5 weeks along.

Anyone with kind words and experience I would love to hear from you. This is my 3rd pregnancy and I have never had HCG draws this much. I only had them done twice with my other 2 children and I am obsessing over the numbers this time around. I am seeing a new doctor so I know they due things differently. He does not seem concerned since my HCG is increasing. I just don't think increasing by 500 is a lot especially in the amount of time between this last drawing.
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