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    Progesterone Levels
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    Jhawkchick posted:
    Hi All... I'm new here and wanted to ask a quick question about progesterone levels. I had my blood work done at 7W 1D and it came back at 12.2. Doc says he likes to see it over 10 but wants me to go back for more tests at 8w 1d to make sure the levels are going up. When I did a quick google search I found that the "average" for someone at this point is above 20. Being that I'm not just below average, but so close the lowest level considered healthy has me a little worried. Have any of you heard of P-levels in this range with positive outcomes? Just looking for a little reassurance. Thanks!!
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