I have a question in regards to your thoughts on FET - transferring TWO embryos vs. one. I'm preparing for another FET.
Recently my friends forwarded an article to me, which said the recent study showed that '...Using TWO embryos for IVF could cut the chance of having a baby by 25% because the womb may reject them if one is of poor quality' - a study of almost 1500 embryos was carried out at Nurture Fertility clinic in Nottingham.
From my own experience: in 2014 - FET, I had 2 embryos transferred - none of them implanted.
2016 - again, FET - 2 embryos transferred - none of them implanted (thankfully, we have a wonderful 1-year old son from the same fresh cycle).
This year we'll be undergoing another FET (still have 3 frozen embryos left) and was thinking about transferring 2 of them. But after reading about this study, I'm contemplating having just 1 transferred (since we already failed twice, after 2-embryo transfers).
What are your thoughts, which approach is more effective, based on your experience? I will be 39 at the time of my next FET.
Thank you for your help.