Beta Count

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Baby hopeful - April 27

What is a normal beta count if you are not pg? I know that they consider a 5 or above a positive, but what is the norm?

 

Davida - April 28

I believe you should be at 0 if you are not pregnant.

 

Ann - April 28

How do u check your beta? what is it?

 

jena - April 28

my doctor said that you are normally a 0.5 if you are not pregnant. you can test your beta level, or hCG, with a blood test.

 

Baby hopeful - April 28

Mine was a 3, almost a 4. Does this mean this that I could possibly be in the very, very, very early stages of pg?

 

Grandpa Viv - April 29

Hopeful, I think that is where Jena started off, and she is having twins. If the doctor told you to come back in a few days for a repeat test, she is hopeful too. The level needs to be doubling every few days.

 

TDJ - May 2

ANYTHING BELOW 5 IS NORMAL IF YOU ARE NOT PREGNANT......... I AM 2 WHICH MY DOC SAYS IS NOT PREGNANT BUT NORMAL

 

Jena - May 2

Right on, Grandpa Viv! I'm impressed! Baby hopeful - I was a 2 at my first test - and now I'm 9 weeks with twins, as Grandpa said - so it's possible! It's all about doubling every 2 days...

 

Baby hopeful - May 2

Jena- How far along were you when you had your first test?

 

Shavon - July 10

I was wondering if 12days post transfer beta was 61 & 14days post trasfer beta was 149. Is this high? Could it be twins?

 

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