We used embryoscope and in retrospect, wouldn't do it again. Every dr we've seen have all said we should have had PGS and that the embryoscope doesn't say anything about the genetics/issues with an embryo. The 5 blasts we ended up with apparently were all grade 1 (supposed to be great quality). That being said, the drs are saying it because I keep miscarrying and they don't know why, so I think they just want to be able to rule out that it's not the embryos. It's a hard decision financially for sure.
TTC since 2011
Started at Mt. Sinai
Had 7 IUIs, all BFN
Low ovarian reserve diagnosis, decided to go to IVF
Retrieval got 5 follicles, with only 2 eggs
Transferred 2 day 3 "perfect" embryos, BFN
Switched to Create
Had first lap surgery done with diagnosis of severe endo, fibroid, polyps
Referred to endo specialist for further surgery
Was recommended to use egg donor for best results
Took 3 donors to finally get going...
5 grade 1 embryos frozen..
April/17 transferred 1 embryo..BFP!!
May 22, 7.5 weeks, no heartbeat anymore, D&C
July/17 had sonogram and then septum removed
August 21 transfer#2
Broke foot 4 days later, BFN
September/17, transfer #3 BFP!!
8.5 weeks, no heartbeat again, another D&C
Concerned about only having 2 embryos left and running out of money,
Switched to Markham, Dr. Virro Feb/18
DX with hydrosalpinx in right tube, cysts again, more fibroids, more endo
May/18 Had more endo removed, both tubes, right ovary removed and everything else cleaned up.
LIT therapy Sept-Nov,
Dec/18 got results I can finally transfer again
4 cancelled cycles for various reasons
August 21/19 transfer #4 BFP!
6 weeks, heartbeat two days later, started to miscarry, no heartbeat, another D&C