I wonder if your doctors are considering your numbers baseline proteinuria, since you're so early in gestation and not showing bp issues? So they won't be worried for you personally until you show higher degrees of proteinuria?
We highlight the exceptions a lot around here, where protein appeared first, or HELLP happened without bp or proteinuria, or any number of combinations that the docs just don't expect because we didn't present anywhere near textbook, but those really are the unusual cases. We want our docs to be aware that we *could* be presenting atypically and watch us closely, but I think we can take reassurance from the typical disease presentation, especially when we have good doctors.
In your shoes, I'd ask your doc directly why he wouldn't be worried until 600mg for you *personally*, when the diagnostic criteria is 300mg.
I like this expert thread on proteinuria http://www.preeclampsia.org/forum/viewt ... ria#p58248"It has been my experience that there is a small cadre of patients who suddenly develop proteinuria with borderline blood pressures who subsequently flare with the full deal (eclampsia, stroke) within the next two weeks, certainly a departure from the usual pattern as depicted by **** of blood pressure first, protein second."
The part I take reassurance from is that the typical pattern is a rise in bp first, proteinuria later, (HELLP / neurological-eclampsia later than that). But again, we've all seen the atypical cases around here so it doesn't hurt to just ask your doc what they're thinking.