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-----TFAS!FET #3 Dec 2019 (natural cycle w/o trigger, w/P4 support) of one PGS normal 3BB XY 12/16/19 - Beta #1 12/24/19 (139), Beta #2 12/27/19 (482)
TTC since 2012 | Unexplained Infertility -- Sept 2017 found cyst seemingly confirming previously suspected endometriosis | IVF Sept/Oct 2017 Negative | FET scheduled early December
"When peace, like
a river, attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll; Whatever my lot, Thou has taught me to say, It is well, it is well, with my soul."
How's everyone doing? CD1 here, so I'm going in tomorrow to get checked and hopefully get my November FET calendar!
Simply stated mosaicism is when an embryo, or person, is composed of two or more genetically different cell types. Depending on the chromosome involved, and the proportion of abnormal cells, mosaicism could lead to embryos that cannot implant, that miscarry or that result in pregnancies with abnormalities (mosaicism confined to the placenta has been associated with abnormal growth of the fetus).”
So I think basically the part tested that yields the abnormal result/has the abnormal cells becomes the placenta and the membranes and the part that becomes the baby could be just fine. Someone please do a better job of explaining this than I just did!