Tess- Thank you so much for all your tips and experience. I am at the Edmonton Fertility Clinic at RAH and they said their success rates for frozen donor eggs is 60%. The RE recently told me that. I wonder if they have a new embryologist? When were you cycling there? Sorry for all the questions. As soon as you said you were told to go somewhere else I had a mini panic attack LOL
Returnable - good luck with your mock cycle! You are in the home stretch. My friend was in the same boat as you on CD14 (just slightly under the 8mm) and then went back a few days later .... her lining was way over the 8mm!!!
I'm sorry! I didn't mean to worry anyone!
We were told this around May/June 2015. We didn't cycle with them because of what we were told. I'm happy to talk via PM or phone if you want more info. Hopefully they got their success rates up. They must have replaced their embryologist.
If I were you I might ask:
how many eggs usually survive the defrost?
What's the average number that fertilize?
How many usually make it to day 5?
How many do they usually freeze? (Is it usual to have extras to freeze?)
How many frozen egg cycles do they do a year?
Their body language should reveal a lot. Hopefully their embryologists are now trained in this and they are able to pull off much higher success rates. Good luck & please don't let me panic you! I'm sure a lot has changed over there from the summer of 2015.