Posted 25 February 2017 - 09:16 PM
Hi! We've transferred one 5 day embryo each time, and we have been lucky. I think it really is determined by the quality of your embryos and whether you've had a few failed attempts in the past, that's when they would add more. If this is your first time, why risk adding more, when 1 might be all you need? Then you save the rest for siblings or other tries. If none of your embryos are good enough to freeze, I have heard of them putting in more or else they have to discard them. A fellow ivf.ca member I cycled with transferred one and it didn't work, so on their next ivf cycle, they had a good quality embryo and a poor looking embryo on day 5, so they transferred both. One split and became identical twins, and the other embryo took as well, so they have 3 year old triplets.
2012: My Pregnancy/ IVF/ (DW was the Egg Donor)
Henry Clyde arrives April 25, 2013! 💙
2014: DW's turn at Pregnancy/Unmedicated FET/( I was the Egg Donor)
Mae Alana arrives August 31, 2015 💗
2017: Try for baby #3 (My turn again...)
January FET (Natural): BFN
February FET (Medicated): BFP!
Feb 24- 8dp5dt Beta: 171, 2nd beta at 15dp5dt: 4730
April 13: Bloodwork reveal we are having a baby GIRL!💗
See my About Me for more details of our journey.