You're all too kind, really, especially those of you who've been through the multiple betas that follow a BFP and who know that hcg levels are not supposed to double every 48 hours. If this were information that anyone in my family knew, and if any of them were aware of this blog, you can bet they'd have corrected me as quickly as they could type the words, "You're wrong."
I did a little research and learned that hcg levels should double every 48-72 hours in the first couple of weeks. I'm glad I found out before Monday's beta#2, otherwise I'd have been terribly disappointed with a perfectly acceptable result.
So, 103 yesterday. Four days between beta#1 and beta#2. (I love math)- I'm hoping for an hcg level of 240 or better on Monday. My research also revealed that an increase of as little as 60% in 48-72 hours has resulted in perfectly healthy births.
C's new hobby- he's been looking up baby names on the internet. And he likes to call out the possibilities to me from the office. While I'm trying to sleep. It's sweet, but I fall asleep in spite of him.
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