After trying for about 5 years i am pregnant. i dont feel like i am though. even argued with the test. but apparently i am. not very far along though. my doc said 3-4 weeks but my hcg levels said 5 weeks. had them done may 20 was at 358 and then may 23 it was 750. from what i understand this is a good level. right? also is anyone else here due around jan. my doc hasnt really told me when my due date is. so fustrating.
Congratulations! Those are really good hcg levels, they can really be about anything as long as they double. I'm due February 1st, but I went a week early last time. When was your period? and how long is your cycle usually, with those you can find out your approx due date.
I went back to the doctor on friday ad i was 5 weeks 3 days pregnant. he gave me a due date of January 25th. I am so excited. this is my fourth child. I have three boys already. My husband doesnt have any biological children he has adopted my youngest son though. we are truely blessed and very excited. He of course wants a boy but all i have to say is come on team pink....;.
fingers are crossed so are toes legs eyes. lol good luck keep me informed. i went in on thursday and saw the baby and the heart beat. i am so excited. heres to a healthy and happy pregnancy... to us alll........
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