All levels are "great" and "completely normal." And yes, I'm totally hanging on the nurse's phrasing here because honestly I was expecting higher. I know I'm not supposed to read TOO much into these numbers, but *ugh* it's hard not to when it's all I really have to go on right now. My doubling factor slowed down to 66.52 hours, which is still within the "completely normal" range, but hello - it slowed down. I asked the nurse if that was a concern and she said no. She said everything is great and (again) "completely normal" and if Dr. T had any concern at all they would've let me know and probably had me come in to see what's going on up in there. But again, no concern on their part whatsoever - so, OK. I can catch my breath again now.
I go back for one more test next Tuesday and then we will schedule the first ultrasound! Gosh, Tuesday... that's an awfully long way away. That's my biggest stretch so far when it comes to short-term goals. Good thing we have a holiday weekend to distract me for three of those days! Ahhhh!!!!