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First Beta..2237...multiples?

Postby karin1 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:33 am

Hi All,

We did an FET on Dec 14. We transferred one 5 day blast ( I think. It was frozen on day 6. So is it 5 or 6 day?) Anyway, I had my beta yesterday and it was 2237 :shock: With my first pregnancy we transferred 2 and I had two. My first beta with them was 680....so you can understand why I am shocked. My RE said not to worry that he's seen high numbers for singletons too. Has anyone ever had this high of a beta and still only have one?


Thanks in advance for your help!
~Karin~

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Re: First Beta..2237...multiples?

Postby leorira11 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 7:54 am

Karin -- First of all, CONGRATS! That is so exciting!

What day did you do your beta? Remember, it's doubling, so even if you did a beta a few days later, it could be much much much higher. You can compare your levels to other people on [url]betabase.info[/url]

Also, I've had singleton pregnancies with higher betas than my twin pregnancies. I guess you'll just ahve to wait for an u/s!
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Re: First Beta..2237...multiples?

Postby rypell1985 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 7:55 pm

Karin! Congrats! I would guess that since you only transferred 1, the chances of it being 1 are probably good! Keeping my fingers crossed for you :)
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Re: First Beta..2237...multiples?

Postby Ghost » Tue Jan 01, 2013 4:15 pm

Probably a single. Monozygotc twins are pretty rare, and more unusual than such an hCG value for a single. But you cannot tell until the ultrasound.
Note: I am not an MD and not an expert.
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Re: First Beta..2237...multiples?

Postby prashanth » Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:19 am

leorira11 wrote:Karin -- First of all, CONGRATS! That is so exciting!

What day did you do your beta? Remember, it's doubling, so even if you did a beta a few days later, it could be much much much higher. You can compare your levels to other people on [url]betabase.info[/url]

Also, I've had singleton pregnancies with higher betas than my twin pregnancies. I guess you'll just ahve to wait for an u/s!



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