Posted 14 December 2017 - 07:29 PM
Welcome, sorry to hear your fresh transfers weren't successful. My clinic told me they tend to see a bit higher success rates with frozen transfers, they theorized the uterine lining is more receptive when your body isn't still being affected by the IVF stim drugs. I did my first IVF in August and the fresh transfer failed, but our first FET was successful and I'm currently 12 weeks pregnant
Because your embie is a day 5 blast it also has a higher chance of being successful than a day 2 or day 3 embie.
Also just wanted to mention that if you take a hpt now at 11 days past a 5-day transfer it should be fairly accurate Good luck!!
Me - 33 DH - 35
Started TTC Jun 2013
Diagnosis: Low sperm count & motility
IVF #1 - Aug 2017 - Antagonist Protocol
18 eggs retrieved → all mature → ICSI'd 16 eggs → 12 fertilized → 10 blastocysts
froze 9, transferred 1 fresh embryo - BFN
FET #1 - Oct 2017 - transferred 1 embryo - BFP!!
our son was born July 2018
FET #2 - Mar 2020 - transferred 1 embryo - chemical (beta = 5)
FET #3 - Jun 2020 - transferred 1 embryo - BFN
FET #4 - Oct 2020 - transferred 1 embryo - BFN
FET #5 - Dec 2020 - transferred 1 embryo - chemical (beta = 42)