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Category: Expecting Multiples

Asked by princess2095

Q: High hcg twins ?

Yes I am going to be that person and ask lol.So a quick history here.I’ve had 2 miscarriages before My children. I have 4 children. I am about 5.5 weeks pregnant currently. 1 vaginal 3 c sections.

I don’t have any twins in my family I think my husband might but I know that doesn’t matter. I have always low key wanted twins but I wouldn’t want my body to go through anything I couldn’t handle so I trust that what I get is what I can handle and I am happy either way.

Here are this pregnancies hcg levels. I won’t get a sono until 8/14. And yes I am absolutely certain on my ovulation date (7/8 positive opk). We only bd once that week on day after positive Opk.

15 dpo approximately 1:35-1:40 pm: 354
Progesterone was 24.5

22 dpo(exactly 1 week later) approximately 8:50-9:00 am: 9049 Progesterone not re checked

None of my other pregnancies ever increased this quickly. I am wondering if any twin moms have had a similar story.

would love to

This question was asked Aug. 3, 2020 8:20pm
Category: Expecting Multiples

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Answered by princess2095 - Aug. 4, 2020 2:25pm
It’s killing me can you tell?? Lol!!! Scan is 8/14 :( nausea is full force. Have to take b6 and preggie pop or I for sure vomit. Found that out yesterday ????

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Answered by CrystalB88 - Aug. 4, 2020 2:24pm
I am interested to know if this could mean twins for you!! They are doubling very quickly, your numbers are so high!! When do you get your first scan/us?

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Answered by princess2095 - Aug. 3, 2020 8:22pm
It cut off. End is supposed to say “would love to see your betas !”

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