I am lying flat on back on the couch waiting for the P4 suppository to do its thing. Got a little time on my hands. I was pretty taken aback by my high HCG levels and did alot of scouring of the web to see if it is really that predictive of twins. My conclusion is that there is no way to know until you get the U/S because there is so much variability in HCG numbers. There is about a 5% chance that a blastocyst would split which would lead to monochorionic identical twins (share the same placenta) which can lead to some serious complications. I am of the mind not to worry about twins as it is statistically unlikely to occur. It is more likely that I just have high HCG numbers.
Also I started fretting over my P4 levels because the nurse said they were 10.something on Sat. I emailed the nurse and she emailed me back saying they were 14.4 and they want them >6 when you are on the suppositories, so that gave me a little peace of mind.
I go in on Thursday for a E2 and P4 check and that is it for the week. My first u/s would fall around Oct. 25th.
I got called into Jury Duty for the first time ever, so I am going to try to get out of it because of the doctor's appointment, bloodwork that I need to do over the next couple weeks. I think I have a pretty good excuse!
In other news Ammendment 26 - the Personhood Ammendment http://www.personhoodmississippi.com/amendment-26/what-it-says.aspx is gaining support of politicians on both side of the table in Missisippi - it just makes me sick. They are supporting it just to get votes. Though I think the medical community is starting to come out against it. It will make me so mad if it ends up passing.
I hope the next 2 weeks pass quickly!