casey301 - How many embryos does your PGS fee cover? Even with 4 blasts and donor eggs, the chances that you are going to have at least 1 or 2 normal is pretty darn good ya know? Are you leaning towards maybe just not testing them? Honestly I was on the fence re: whether to test with DE. I could have gone either way.
@casey301 I am so so sorry. I am hoping with everything I’ve got though that you are going to get a take home baby from your first transfer. I hear you on the PGS and considering whether or not to do it...I would ask your doctor what they recommend. Ugh, my stomach is in knots for you because I know it is crazy stressful to be watching the numbers go down but try to remember that these are young healthy eggs! And so hopefully you are still working with a good number. Is she a proven donor?
casey301 - I understand why you are upset. But 5 blastocysts with 32 year old eggs is not nothing though, it's just not what you expected I know. What is your RE recommending? I think it would be totally reasonable to just have them transfer the best quality 1 or 2 and skip the PGS if you're second guessing it. That's probably what I would do. I'm sorry this is such a rollercoaster; these are still good odds though if you ask me!
casey301 - Ugh, I'm so sorry. I don't know what to say. This shit is so unfair I know. What is your doc saying as far as a game plan?