85% of couples conceive in the first year, I am not one of them

The Beta Is In

My tests have increased in darkness so I wasn’t completely depressed going into my beta. I knew there would be some number, I just didn’t know what it would be.

When I got the call around 12:30 this afternoon I decided to pay close attention to how the news was delivered. The IVF nurse seemed pretty calm before saying ” I have some good news”. If I didn’t know either way I would have guessed she was delivering bad news by how calm she was.

This morning while getting my draw I asked what a “good” number would be and was told 50-100, but even if I got something like a 34 but it doubles fine that’s all that matters.

My number was 89. Right within the range it needs to be I guess. I tried to look up other 11dp3dt betas and most seem to come back in the 120s-200s. That made me feel a little sad that mine appears to be lower then some other peoples betas. I know it doesn’t really matter.

Next draw is in 2 days. I asked if I could start taking a vaginal yeast infection treatment and was told yes. God I hope this infection goes away soon, it’s making me miserable.

When is it going to start feeling real? There’s just so many things that can go wrong that it scares me that things could go wrong. One day at a time I guess. Let’s hope for a nice high number on Thursday.

Comments on: "The Beta Is In" (4)

  1. Congratulations! And yes — just take one day at a time. I know it’s easier said than done, but today you are pregnant and that is something to celebrate. Best wishes for your next beta!

  2. I agree with Cassie….take it one day at a time. You got through the first part which is getting the positive, now lets be optimistic and keep hope for a great increase on Thurs. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Sending prayers!
    Hang in there & congratulations!!!
    Bree

  3. My beta was at 11dp3dt and it was 79. 89 is perfectly fine. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Congratulations! Sounds like your beta is perfect!

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