Discussion forum for those particularly interested in IVF and embryo transfer including frozen embryo transfer.
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- Joined: Mon Jun 29, 2009 12:34 am
- Location: from TX, now in CA
Sooooo happy for you! Welcome to the club of low beta success stories!
1st IVF July 2009 - BFP! 9dp5dt: 31;11dp5dt: 77;14dp5dt: 214; 18dp5dt: 548; 21dp5dt: 1883. DD born 3/30/2010
1st FET July 2011- BFP! 8/3 beta: 178, 8/5 beta 455. DD born 4/4/2012
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- Joined: Wed Jan 23, 2008 1:09 am
- Location: Indiana
Yesterday I graduated from my RE to my OB! The baby looks great- it doubled in size in 8 days and had a strong heart rate of 194! My doctor continues to call my baby a miracle!
Hopefully my pregnancy serves as hope for all women who experience very low betas, especially betas that don't double at first. There is hope!
Me ~ 35; DH ~ 39
1st IVF with ICSI ~ March 08 ~ BFP!!
14dp3dt~608; 16dp3dt~1282; 18dp3dt~2289
Twin Girls born vaginally on 10/22/08 at 34w5d!
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- Joined: Sun Sep 16, 2007 7:19 pm
That's wonderful news!! I have not had any good experiences come out of unusual betas, so I was thinking bad thoughts when I first read your post. Glad your outcome was different than ours! Good luck with your pregnancy!!!!
After 7 attempts (2 negatives/3 miscarriages), we have TWO miracle boys!! If you would like to hear our story, please visit http://www.ivfsuccessstories.info
. Never give up, it can happen for you!!
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- Joined: Mon May 09, 2011 3:31 am
Nicole 35, DH 42
IVF 1 BFN
FET 2 BFP twins, M/C 7 weeks.
FET 3 BFP, chemical beta high 81
IVF 4 BFP, chemical beta high 707