Posted by: katedaphne | December 20, 2007

17

that’s my beta

hard to imagine this can be good

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  1. Jesus, I’m so sorry. I’ve seen some around 31 out in blogland turn around, maybe this one can. HOping for you.

  2. I am sorry for this Kate. I understand the limbo that you are in. Hang in there – it can still work out even if the odds aren’t great. You aren’t a statistic – it will either work or it won’t.

  3. I’m sorry Kate. I understand how hard it can be to be hopeful. But we will hope for you to beat the odds.

    I found your blog just today, but know that I understand all that you’ve gone through and how hard this can be. Wishing good things for you both.

  4. At my clinic, they show us the statistics. They say they have seen pregnancies with betas of 10 be successful. 10. So, please don’t lose hope yet. I know you will be getting another test for doubling, so I will be praying with all of my might for some good doubling. Someday, you can tell your baby about the time s/he worried you to death over the little beta.

  5. I think the doubling is more important than the initial number. Of course, the high number brings peace-of-mind, but it’s really the doubling you want to see. I’m sending good thoughts for the next beta.


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