I had my transfer yesterday at day 3. We had 6 embryos total from 9 eggs (1 was immature). We did ICSI. I'm 37 years old (just by a couple of weeks, though). Of our 6 embryos, 2 of them were excellent 8-cell grade I, 1 was 7-cell grade II, and the remaining 3 were a bit advanced at 9-cell grade I, 9-cell grade II, and 10-cell grade II.
What does it mean when embryos are overdeveloped at day 3?
We transferred the 2 8-cell and the 1 7-cell per my doctor's advice. My clinic is going to wait to see if the rest (the overdeveloped ones) make it to blast for freezing. What do you think the chances are that these embryos may freeze and eventually make it to successful pregnancy in a FET?
Edited by sheol, 22 January 2008 - 08:49 PM.