Me: 31 DH: 31
Married: June 2012
TTC: December 2015
IVF #1: March 2017- 16R, 12F, 4 blasts, 2 PGS normal (3BB & 3CB)
IVF #2: May 2017- 19R, 17F, 6 blasts, 1 PGS normal (5CC)
FET#1: July 2017- BFP!
Wow so much going on in here! Took me a while to catch up reading your updates. Sorry if I missed anyone, you are all in my thoughts.
@hopeful_mom I understand it must be difficult that you can’t discuss it all with your OH and while your feelings are totally natural I think you are being very understanding for him. He must know how lucky he is! Regarding your update, I’m keeping my fingers and toes crossed that the smaller ones catch up and you get as many mature eggs as possible FX! You are not alone, I’ve thought a lot about how I wish I’d froze some eggs before my first fibroid removal but really those thoughts are not helping, so let’s get the wanted results with the eggs we got xx
caseyw8784 congrats on 4 blasts, can’t wait to hear more good news from your way. Please remind me, are you banking or planning FET asap?
PoeMasque that’s a great fertilisation report, congrats!! Hope you feel better soon x
lizycs wow girl, you are brave to take a HPT. May that line just get darker and darker as the days go by! Did you do a day 3 or 5 transfer?
@ LoveDontCostAThing YAY, looks very promising!! Can’t wait to hear your beta results FX
AFM we transferred a day 3 embryo, funny but I was so concentrated in other facts that I missed the cell count. We had another day 3 embryo and two late fertilized, meaning all 4 did eventually fertilize. If we have a blastocyst on Tuesday morning, we are going to do a double transfer and transfer another one on day 5.
@ LoveDontCostAThing Congratulations sweetie, so happy for you!
@ Angelaag YAY, that’s wonderful news! Keep growing embabies!
AFM we did our interval double transfer this morning, transferred a compacting day 5 morula (RE thinks it’ll be a blastocyst by the end of the day.) The other two had stopped developing at day 3. The process is new to me too, double transfer during the same cycle is sometimes used for patients like me - who have had three or more implantation failures after transfer of good quality embryos in all attempts. The approach has the advantage of blastocyst transfer without exposing the risk of cancellation of the cycle. I’m not sure how common it’s in practice but we discussed this option already in the previous cycle, just never got this far until now. Now officially PUPO