Post # 1
I had my beta levels yesterday which was 10 days past my frozen embryo transfer. My blood test did come back positive. The nurse called and said it was 91 and they like to see it right around 100 so I’m a bit nervous is a little low. My second beta isn’t until Tuesday.
Post # 2
When I had my beta done at 10dp 5d fresh transfer my nurse told me they like to see over 80. I wouldn’t worry about it too much right now. The important thing is that it doubles every 48hrs. Tuesday can’t come soon enough, I’m sure!!
Post # 3
check out betabase for averages and ranges. It may be on the lower side but doesn’t seem like a huge red flag. Your doubling time will be important. Good luck!!
Post # 4
Congrats on a positive beta!!! My first beta at 8dp5dt was 37. At 10dp5dt it was 66. 13dp5dt was only 126. I was devastated and was certain that it was going to fail. We are now 13 weeks along with twins. The doubling times are really what’s most important. I’ll be anxious to hear about your next beta!
And I totally agree with RunnerBride13 :
Check out betabase! It helps to see the wide range of betas that resulted in successful pregnancies.
Post # 5
Thank you ladies for talking me off the ledge!
Post # 6
When we call patients with that beta number we say it’s a great number!! Most important now is the proper rise in the levels. Congratulations!!
Post # 7
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My first beta was 84 at 9dp5dt. I’m 34 weeks now:) Good luck with your next beta!