Cell and grade change after thaw
Posted 18 January 2011 - 10:19 AM
My dr. told me not to worry and said it's common and the quality is still good, but I cant help but think it's a bad sign and it's going down hill.
Is this a sign of a weak embryo?
Thanks in advance!
Age 33. DH 37
IUI X 4 - BFN
IVF #1- Aug 2010 - Chemical
FET #1 - Dec 2010-BFN
FET # 2 - Jan 2011- BFN
FET #3- March 2011- BFN
FET #4 - May 2011 - BFP- Missed miscarriage 9.5 weeks
FET#5 - Sept 2011 - BFN - URGGGG will this ever work !!?
FET#6 - Dec 2011 - BFP- Miscarriage blighted ovum
FET #7 -Aug 2012- BFN
IVF# 2 - with PGD testing- Nov 2012 - BFP!!!
Posted 19 January 2011 - 09:06 AM
9 IUIs, 12 months Fermara, 4 months Clomid, 5 rounds of injectable, 1 LAP, 1 HSG, 2 Uterine Biopsies, 1 Postcoital, 1 IVF, 2 FETs... 2nd Fesh Cycle IVF - ++Beta 110!
TTC#2 - Dreams coming true... Surprise BFP Au Naturel! Never really started trying, but never gave up hope on dreams coming true. 20w2, after 6 days of strict bedrest, we lost our baby boy, Emmett to my incompetent cervix and he was born sleeping. 24cm long, 0.67lbs he was the most perfect little angel and has brought with him many lessons for us to remember him by.
Lightening strikes twice apparently>>>> May 24 ++HPT, Followed by ++Beta. Numbers are low, but doubling. EDD Feb1/2013 ~ Baby Boy arrived 5 weeks early in under 2hrs. Left me with 4th degree tears. 2 years later, still pending reconstructive surgery In that time hubby had a vasectomy. Never thought we'd have a chance to take fertility into our own hands