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#151 SynchroGirl

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Posted 06 January 2020 - 02:31 PM

Congrats on a great ultrasound, singlemama! Wonderful news :) Did your Dr say there was a concern with exercising at this stage? I have been exercising myself.. jogged on the treadmill the other day, lunges and light weights... also still skating once or twice a week. Hope that is still ok, from what I have read its ok to keep your normal routine.

Me: 40 DH: 52

Dx: Mild Endo, Immune Related Issues, Unexplained

TTC #1 since 2003... 3 years ending in heartbreaking divorce...

Lap #1 in 2005 (mild endo), Lap #2 in 2013 (confirmed no regrowth)

6 IUIs 2013-2014 @ RCC

IVF #1 (March 2018) - 4 eggs retrieved, 1 blast - 3BC (not tested), fresh transfer, BFN

Changed clinics - now @ MFC / Dr Virro - referred for immune testing, Dr wants to first get 2-3 PGS normal embryos before doing immune testing

May 2018-May 2019: 6 more IVF cycles.. 12 embryos, 3 PGS normal (5AB, 3AB, 4BC), 1 mosaic (4BB), 1 too small to test (3BC), 7 abnormal

Immune testing revealed low leukocyte antibodies (1%)

May-June 2019: LIT #1 (x2 treatments) with DH - minor improvement

July-Sept 2019: LIT #2 with donor (x3 treatments) - again minor improvement

Oct-Nov 2019: LIT #3 with new donor (x2 treatments) - not going to wait for the results, proceeding with transfer in December 2019

Dec 20, 2019 - first ever BFP!

 

 


#152 singlemamatobe

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Posted 06 January 2020 - 02:39 PM

SynchroGirl - I dont really have a doctor but the RE who did the transfer recommended avoiding exercise other than walking until the beta and I am just really nervous to start again. Yes, all the research indicates that continuing with your regular exercise is safe. I know I am being irrational but 🤷🏼‍♀🤷🏼‍♀🤷🏼‍♀. Path of least regret as they say.

Fertility Issue - Singleness, Age (42 years old) 

TTC Since - 2016

IUI x 8 with donor sperm - BFN

IVF #1 November 2017 - 7 Day 6 blasts frozen, fresh transfer cancelled d/t OHSS

FET #1 March 2018 - two embies transferred, BFN

FET #2 May 2018 - BFP!!! EDD Feb 12/19...SAB at 9 wks icon_cry.gif

FET #3 October 2018 - BFN 

IVF #2 January 2019 - two blasts transferred Jan 27th and four frozen. crsd.gif crsd.gif - BFP! Also moderate OHSS

February 22nd - U/S for bleeding confirmed twin pregnancy, still viable

February 25th - heavy bleeding :-( 

February 27th - confirmed loss of one baby, second baby has a HR of 109 (low) and is measuring small

March 25th - U/S after being in Hawaii for a month, missed miscarriage of baby number two. 

March 27th - D & C

FET #4 July 16, 2019 - transferred two beautiful blasts, BFN

FET #5 Oct 7, 2019 - transferred my last two blasts, BFN. 

 

Donor Eggs....

 

FET with DE/DS tentatively scheduled for December 4, 2019 in Greece

 


#153 elation

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Posted 07 January 2020 - 12:55 AM

Thanks Synchrogirl, and singlemamatobe- congratulations! Its wonderful to hear about your great first ultrasound! Im super nervous because of all the OHSS I went through and how I just dont know whats going on in my body anymore. I havent exercised in over a month now but to be honest, Im just glad I can walk again! First ultrasound for me tomorrow.. 🤞

Me: 32; DH: 41  |  TTC: 2017  |  Mt Sinai Fertility

Dx: Single partial ovary, dermoid cyst and x-large fibroids

 

2013 Apr - Left ovary and tube removal from massive dermoid cyst torsion; partial right ovary damage

2017 July - Switch to Mt Sinai from RCC

2018 Jun - IUI #1 BFN

2018 Oct - Medicated Cycle BFN

2018 Nov - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 May - IUI #2 BFN

2019 June - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 Aug - IUI #3 BFN 

2019 Nov - IVF #1: 14 retrieved, 11 fertilized, 6 blasts, 4 frozen + 1 3BB transferred BFP!


#154 SynchroGirl

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Posted 08 January 2020 - 06:29 PM

I totally understand being cautious singlemama, path of least regret is a good choice!

Elation, how did your ultrasound go today? I am so anxious for mine.. 🤞

Me: 40 DH: 52

Dx: Mild Endo, Immune Related Issues, Unexplained

TTC #1 since 2003... 3 years ending in heartbreaking divorce...

Lap #1 in 2005 (mild endo), Lap #2 in 2013 (confirmed no regrowth)

6 IUIs 2013-2014 @ RCC

IVF #1 (March 2018) - 4 eggs retrieved, 1 blast - 3BC (not tested), fresh transfer, BFN

Changed clinics - now @ MFC / Dr Virro - referred for immune testing, Dr wants to first get 2-3 PGS normal embryos before doing immune testing

May 2018-May 2019: 6 more IVF cycles.. 12 embryos, 3 PGS normal (5AB, 3AB, 4BC), 1 mosaic (4BB), 1 too small to test (3BC), 7 abnormal

Immune testing revealed low leukocyte antibodies (1%)

May-June 2019: LIT #1 (x2 treatments) with DH - minor improvement

July-Sept 2019: LIT #2 with donor (x3 treatments) - again minor improvement

Oct-Nov 2019: LIT #3 with new donor (x2 treatments) - not going to wait for the results, proceeding with transfer in December 2019

Dec 20, 2019 - first ever BFP!

 

 


#155 elation

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Posted 08 January 2020 - 10:12 PM

Hey Synchrogirl! The ultrasound went well :) they had to do transvaginal to see the little pea but they found a heartbeat of 121. So far so good 🥳 although I dont feel like I have pregnancy symptoms... I honestly cannot say enough good things about Mt Sinai. The doctor and nurse team that took care of me daily during OHSS were amazing and they were all there to cheer for me during this first ultrasound. There were so many hugs and well wishes.. they are all amazing and caring people. I am going to miss them dearly.

Im really nervous about making it to the next ultrasound, but I graduated from the fertility clinic and am now transferring to the Special Pregnancy Clinic for Fertility Patients. I am awaiting a call to set up next steps from them now 🤞

Yours is in two days right? 🙏🙏 Hoping for the best!!
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Me: 32; DH: 41  |  TTC: 2017  |  Mt Sinai Fertility

Dx: Single partial ovary, dermoid cyst and x-large fibroids

 

2013 Apr - Left ovary and tube removal from massive dermoid cyst torsion; partial right ovary damage

2017 July - Switch to Mt Sinai from RCC

2018 Jun - IUI #1 BFN

2018 Oct - Medicated Cycle BFN

2018 Nov - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 May - IUI #2 BFN

2019 June - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 Aug - IUI #3 BFN 

2019 Nov - IVF #1: 14 retrieved, 11 fertilized, 6 blasts, 4 frozen + 1 3BB transferred BFP!


#156 treasuretroll

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Posted 09 January 2020 - 01:43 PM

Singlemama and elation- great to hear about your first ultrasounds!!! Elation I'm so happy you're doing muuuuch better.

I had my ultrasound today! Heart beat 102, and my due date is September 3rd. Babe is measuring right on par with where it should be. Next ultrasound is the 23rd at 8weeks! I was a little meh on the heart beat, but they assured me it JUST started beating and will increase by week 7.
Felt a little off today. Morning sickness may be around the corner. With my daughter it started in the sixth week, so we shall see.
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#157 SynchroGirl

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Posted 09 January 2020 - 07:21 PM

Hey Elation, congrats on a great first ultrasound!! :) so nice to be surrounded by caring people for it too! I dont really have many pregnancy symptoms either.. starting to feel a bit of nausea but nothing terrible. I can still eat :). My ultrasound is tomorrow.. feeling nervous! When is your next ultrasound?

Congrats to you too treasuretroll! 102 is great. The 23rd is just around the corner too. I have no idea how often ultrasounds typically happen? this is all so new to me.

Me: 40 DH: 52

Dx: Mild Endo, Immune Related Issues, Unexplained

TTC #1 since 2003... 3 years ending in heartbreaking divorce...

Lap #1 in 2005 (mild endo), Lap #2 in 2013 (confirmed no regrowth)

6 IUIs 2013-2014 @ RCC

IVF #1 (March 2018) - 4 eggs retrieved, 1 blast - 3BC (not tested), fresh transfer, BFN

Changed clinics - now @ MFC / Dr Virro - referred for immune testing, Dr wants to first get 2-3 PGS normal embryos before doing immune testing

May 2018-May 2019: 6 more IVF cycles.. 12 embryos, 3 PGS normal (5AB, 3AB, 4BC), 1 mosaic (4BB), 1 too small to test (3BC), 7 abnormal

Immune testing revealed low leukocyte antibodies (1%)

May-June 2019: LIT #1 (x2 treatments) with DH - minor improvement

July-Sept 2019: LIT #2 with donor (x3 treatments) - again minor improvement

Oct-Nov 2019: LIT #3 with new donor (x2 treatments) - not going to wait for the results, proceeding with transfer in December 2019

Dec 20, 2019 - first ever BFP!

 

 


#158 treasuretroll

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Posted 09 January 2020 - 07:35 PM

Hey synchro, my fertility clinic does ultrasounds every 2 weeks (if all looks good) so at 6 weeks, 8 and 10! Then you 'graduate' at week 10 and you go with whomever you asked to be referred to (ob, midwife, family doc etc)... Also with week 10 you stop all medications, so in my case that would be estrace and endometrin.
Good luck tomorrow!!!!!

#159 SynchroGirl

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Posted 09 January 2020 - 07:44 PM

Oh wow, I hope my clinic does the same - would love to keep an eye on things! So you are not taking progesterone? I hate to complain but... I am majorly suffering from these daily injections. It hurts to walk (in heels especially!) and super painful when I take my pants on and off going to bathroom etc... Anyone else still doing daily PIO?

Me: 40 DH: 52

Dx: Mild Endo, Immune Related Issues, Unexplained

TTC #1 since 2003... 3 years ending in heartbreaking divorce...

Lap #1 in 2005 (mild endo), Lap #2 in 2013 (confirmed no regrowth)

6 IUIs 2013-2014 @ RCC

IVF #1 (March 2018) - 4 eggs retrieved, 1 blast - 3BC (not tested), fresh transfer, BFN

Changed clinics - now @ MFC / Dr Virro - referred for immune testing, Dr wants to first get 2-3 PGS normal embryos before doing immune testing

May 2018-May 2019: 6 more IVF cycles.. 12 embryos, 3 PGS normal (5AB, 3AB, 4BC), 1 mosaic (4BB), 1 too small to test (3BC), 7 abnormal

Immune testing revealed low leukocyte antibodies (1%)

May-June 2019: LIT #1 (x2 treatments) with DH - minor improvement

July-Sept 2019: LIT #2 with donor (x3 treatments) - again minor improvement

Oct-Nov 2019: LIT #3 with new donor (x2 treatments) - not going to wait for the results, proceeding with transfer in December 2019

Dec 20, 2019 - first ever BFP!

 

 


#160 treasuretroll

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 07:44 AM

Endometrin is progesterone, but in a vaginal pill I insert 3 times a day. I had the option of taking the shot but the pill worked for me before, so I stuck with what worked!

#161 elation

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 02:36 PM

Thanks treasuretroll! They told me they were looking for a heartbeat of 100 and above so you are still in the green! I think theres a myth that boys beat slower than girls.

Good luck with the ultrasound today Synchrogirl! Hope youre not too anxious and that all is well. My clinic seems to have already graduated me on the Special Pregnancy Clinic for Fertility Patients and I am waiting for a call from them. No next ultrasound date set yet 😶 I was hoping for more ultrasounds every two weeks like yours does!

Thanks for all the well wishes! I think Im 70-80% recovered now. I am still on prometrium, blood thinners, and thyroid medication 😞 I think they are giving me some side effects..

Me: 32; DH: 41  |  TTC: 2017  |  Mt Sinai Fertility

Dx: Single partial ovary, dermoid cyst and x-large fibroids

 

2013 Apr - Left ovary and tube removal from massive dermoid cyst torsion; partial right ovary damage

2017 July - Switch to Mt Sinai from RCC

2018 Jun - IUI #1 BFN

2018 Oct - Medicated Cycle BFN

2018 Nov - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 May - IUI #2 BFN

2019 June - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 Aug - IUI #3 BFN 

2019 Nov - IVF #1: 14 retrieved, 11 fertilized, 6 blasts, 4 frozen + 1 3BB transferred BFP!


#162 SynchroGirl

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 03:14 PM

Ohhhh whoops, didnt realize with endometrium was! That makes sense to stick with what works!

Thanks everyone for the good wishes 😊 had my ultrasound today... we were in complete shock to find out the embryo divided and we are now having twins! This was not on my radar as a possibly AT ALL. My husband is an identical twin himself so not sure if that had anything to do with it... Heartbeats were 158-160 and Im measuring 7 weeks 3 days, due date is Aug 25.

😊😊👯‍♀
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Me: 40 DH: 52

Dx: Mild Endo, Immune Related Issues, Unexplained

TTC #1 since 2003... 3 years ending in heartbreaking divorce...

Lap #1 in 2005 (mild endo), Lap #2 in 2013 (confirmed no regrowth)

6 IUIs 2013-2014 @ RCC

IVF #1 (March 2018) - 4 eggs retrieved, 1 blast - 3BC (not tested), fresh transfer, BFN

Changed clinics - now @ MFC / Dr Virro - referred for immune testing, Dr wants to first get 2-3 PGS normal embryos before doing immune testing

May 2018-May 2019: 6 more IVF cycles.. 12 embryos, 3 PGS normal (5AB, 3AB, 4BC), 1 mosaic (4BB), 1 too small to test (3BC), 7 abnormal

Immune testing revealed low leukocyte antibodies (1%)

May-June 2019: LIT #1 (x2 treatments) with DH - minor improvement

July-Sept 2019: LIT #2 with donor (x3 treatments) - again minor improvement

Oct-Nov 2019: LIT #3 with new donor (x2 treatments) - not going to wait for the results, proceeding with transfer in December 2019

Dec 20, 2019 - first ever BFP!

 

 


#163 singlemamatobe

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 07:28 PM

So great to see some nice ultrasound results! SynchroGirl - Twins! Amazing!! Congrats!!

I think I am going to hold off on another ultrasound until my first trimester screen on Feb 6th. Im on progesterone and estrogen until 10 wks too. I am currently trying to figure out who to have as my care provider and which province to have my baby in 🤦🏼‍♀.

Fertility Issue - Singleness, Age (42 years old) 

TTC Since - 2016

IUI x 8 with donor sperm - BFN

IVF #1 November 2017 - 7 Day 6 blasts frozen, fresh transfer cancelled d/t OHSS

FET #1 March 2018 - two embies transferred, BFN

FET #2 May 2018 - BFP!!! EDD Feb 12/19...SAB at 9 wks icon_cry.gif

FET #3 October 2018 - BFN 

IVF #2 January 2019 - two blasts transferred Jan 27th and four frozen. crsd.gif crsd.gif - BFP! Also moderate OHSS

February 22nd - U/S for bleeding confirmed twin pregnancy, still viable

February 25th - heavy bleeding :-( 

February 27th - confirmed loss of one baby, second baby has a HR of 109 (low) and is measuring small

March 25th - U/S after being in Hawaii for a month, missed miscarriage of baby number two. 

March 27th - D & C

FET #4 July 16, 2019 - transferred two beautiful blasts, BFN

FET #5 Oct 7, 2019 - transferred my last two blasts, BFN. 

 

Donor Eggs....

 

FET with DE/DS tentatively scheduled for December 4, 2019 in Greece

 


#164 treasuretroll

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Posted 11 January 2020 - 12:28 AM

Synchro- CONGRATS on the amazing news!!!!! Wow twins!!!!! So cool!



#165 SynchroGirl

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Posted 11 January 2020 - 10:38 AM

Thanks treasuretroll and singlemama! 😊 I will have ultrasounds every 2 weeks now, next one is the 23rd - same as yours treasuretroll! They said I dont see the Dr until 13 weeks.. not sure if thats because mine is away or if thats normal. I think Dr V can continue to be my Dr all the way through but I need to confirm that. Im an hour away from the clinic but not sure I trust anyone else at this point haha. Do you know who you plan to be referred to afterwards?

Me: 40 DH: 52

Dx: Mild Endo, Immune Related Issues, Unexplained

TTC #1 since 2003... 3 years ending in heartbreaking divorce...

Lap #1 in 2005 (mild endo), Lap #2 in 2013 (confirmed no regrowth)

6 IUIs 2013-2014 @ RCC

IVF #1 (March 2018) - 4 eggs retrieved, 1 blast - 3BC (not tested), fresh transfer, BFN

Changed clinics - now @ MFC / Dr Virro - referred for immune testing, Dr wants to first get 2-3 PGS normal embryos before doing immune testing

May 2018-May 2019: 6 more IVF cycles.. 12 embryos, 3 PGS normal (5AB, 3AB, 4BC), 1 mosaic (4BB), 1 too small to test (3BC), 7 abnormal

Immune testing revealed low leukocyte antibodies (1%)

May-June 2019: LIT #1 (x2 treatments) with DH - minor improvement

July-Sept 2019: LIT #2 with donor (x3 treatments) - again minor improvement

Oct-Nov 2019: LIT #3 with new donor (x2 treatments) - not going to wait for the results, proceeding with transfer in December 2019

Dec 20, 2019 - first ever BFP!

 

 


#166 treasuretroll

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Posted 11 January 2020 - 11:13 AM

Synchro, I'll be going to the same ob I saw with my daughter. It doesn't matter to me as long as they're a doctor! My ob didn't deliver my daughter, the one on duty at the hospital did and I have nothing but great things to say about my delivery!
I just got my referral to my ob and it's when I'm at 22 weeks!!! Not gonna lie I cried. So far away. And theres the nuchal scan at 12 weeks, gestational diabetes test at 15 weeks and anatomy scan at 18-20 weeks!!!! Guess Ill have to see my family doctor for those.... a tad frustrated, but it is what it is.

#167 elation

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Posted 11 January 2020 - 12:42 PM

Wow Synchrogirl that is amazing news!!! My husband is a twin as well but I always thought the twin gene came from the female side. Glad to hear everything is great with your ultrasound!

Aw treasuretroll, I feel your frustration. Even right now not knowing when my next scan is going to be makes me feel anxious. This is my first and I dont know what to expect!

singlemamatobe- wow deciding which province! Does that mean potentially a lot of commute time depending on where you choose? That was a low key worry for me- how far from the hospital am I going to be.

I wish I could stay with my clinic all the way through, thats amazing that you (Synchro) probably can! Im still on prometrium until ten weeks, blood thinner injections until twelve weeks, and thyroid medication for another couple weeks.

Me: 32; DH: 41  |  TTC: 2017  |  Mt Sinai Fertility

Dx: Single partial ovary, dermoid cyst and x-large fibroids

 

2013 Apr - Left ovary and tube removal from massive dermoid cyst torsion; partial right ovary damage

2017 July - Switch to Mt Sinai from RCC

2018 Jun - IUI #1 BFN

2018 Oct - Medicated Cycle BFN

2018 Nov - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 May - IUI #2 BFN

2019 June - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 Aug - IUI #3 BFN 

2019 Nov - IVF #1: 14 retrieved, 11 fertilized, 6 blasts, 4 frozen + 1 3BB transferred BFP!


#168 singlemamatobe

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Posted 11 January 2020 - 10:25 PM

Elation - Oh no, no commuting. I am planning to move back to my hometown in BC in the fall (was planning that before I was pregnant) and may just decide to go a bit early and have my baby there. I know a bunch of providers there and I will just be able to hand them a copy of my chart and go from there. Either way I will have one of the midwives I work with provide care for me until then. I am very glad to have the option of choosing my provider. My fertility clinic here kicked me out the door as soon as I had my first ultrasound in my other pregnancies (even though they weren't normal ultrasounds) and wouldn't even answer my questions about my prescription meds prior to that. Umm, you prescribe the meds, you are responsible for managing them. This time my clinic is in Greece so I have sort of been managing my own care. 


Fertility Issue - Singleness, Age (42 years old) 

TTC Since - 2016

IUI x 8 with donor sperm - BFN

IVF #1 November 2017 - 7 Day 6 blasts frozen, fresh transfer cancelled d/t OHSS

FET #1 March 2018 - two embies transferred, BFN

FET #2 May 2018 - BFP!!! EDD Feb 12/19...SAB at 9 wks icon_cry.gif

FET #3 October 2018 - BFN 

IVF #2 January 2019 - two blasts transferred Jan 27th and four frozen. crsd.gif crsd.gif - BFP! Also moderate OHSS

February 22nd - U/S for bleeding confirmed twin pregnancy, still viable

February 25th - heavy bleeding :-( 

February 27th - confirmed loss of one baby, second baby has a HR of 109 (low) and is measuring small

March 25th - U/S after being in Hawaii for a month, missed miscarriage of baby number two. 

March 27th - D & C

FET #4 July 16, 2019 - transferred two beautiful blasts, BFN

FET #5 Oct 7, 2019 - transferred my last two blasts, BFN. 

 

Donor Eggs....

 

FET with DE/DS tentatively scheduled for December 4, 2019 in Greece

 


#169 elation

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Posted 12 January 2020 - 12:55 AM

singlemamatobe - oh I see, thats awesome! It sounds like youre very comfortable with the providers over there. I wish I had the slightest notion of what Im doing. My clinic has passed me on since the first ultrasound and because of all that my body has been through and still battling with, I feel like I shouldn't go with a midwife even though I would love a more personal level of care. Im still having some abdominal gas pains thats making movement sore.

Me: 32; DH: 41  |  TTC: 2017  |  Mt Sinai Fertility

Dx: Single partial ovary, dermoid cyst and x-large fibroids

 

2013 Apr - Left ovary and tube removal from massive dermoid cyst torsion; partial right ovary damage

2017 July - Switch to Mt Sinai from RCC

2018 Jun - IUI #1 BFN

2018 Oct - Medicated Cycle BFN

2018 Nov - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 May - IUI #2 BFN

2019 June - Medicated Cycle BFN

2019 Aug - IUI #3 BFN 

2019 Nov - IVF #1: 14 retrieved, 11 fertilized, 6 blasts, 4 frozen + 1 3BB transferred BFP!