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958842 tn?1266512599

progesterone & multiple follies.....

Ok, I just posted this question on the wrong thread!  OOOPS!  Does anyone here know if you ovulate multiple follies,  ( on a medicated cycle) would that increase your 7DPO progesterone levels???????  It seems like it would, but I have no clue?????  What do you think?
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178239 tn?1277405491
Yes, multiple eggs means higher progesterone. I have seen levels in the 50's at 7dpo that were bfn and levels in the teens that were bfps. Don't drive yourself batty with progesterone levels :)
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958842 tn?1266512599
Thanks Tina :)  I'm actually only @ 3DPO, but I just thought about it, so I asked!  I'm on prog. supp. So I anticipate a pretty hight prog. level.  My last 2 cycles on prog. were in the low 30's 7DPO & they were BFN  My last miscarriage was @ 54 16DPO which I know was high (not on supp. or meds) but I ended up having a missed misC @ 11 weeks & w/that one my prog. levels were consistantly dropping every week, although by the time I miscarried they were still in the low 20's.  So I know it doesn't mean too much, just more of a guide line I guess......
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