(Closed) Anyone have experience with high beta numbers?

posted 4 years ago in Pregnancy
  • poll: Do you think these numbers indicate multiples?

    Yes, definitely more than one in there

    NO just one healthy one

    Any other option

  • Post # 2
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: May 2014

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    favoredone :  I think it could be one or it could be twins.  I used betabase.info to see beta numbers when I was going through that but I didn’t get any betas taken after 18dpo with my twins so I don’t know how mine compare to yours.  I think you should try to get an ultrasound as that is the only way to know how many babies you are having.  Even at my 16 week appointment my uterus was only measuring 17 weeks so without an ultrasound I still wouldn’t know conclusively that there were two.

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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: August 2013 - backyard in the woods

    I’d say it’s likely 1 because the doubling is just that, doubling not quadrupling or something like that. Beta numbers can vary hugely, it’s the doubling that is important. Personally I had beta numbers that were out of singleton range (high), and average for twin range, and doubled very fast (every 24 hours or so). I have one baby in me.

    Post # 6
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    Honey bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    at 24dpo, I was at 51,000. Only 1 baby. Numbers alone can’t really tell you anything. 

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