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Postby sgtfish129 » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:12 am

Hi everyone! I'm having a FET this April and was wondering if anyone knows how likely a pregnancy would occur based on my blasts. I will be transferring 2 grade BB blastocysts, both are hatching. Hope to hear some stories :) thanks!!
Diana (Me)-32
DH- 40
DD-6 months
February 2012: Miscarriage
Me- dx poor ovarian reserve, elevated male hormones, stage 2 endo, blood clotting disorders:PAI-1, MTHFR.
Hubby- low morphology

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Postby ukcatgirl » Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:32 pm

SgtFish! How exciting!! Another baby!!

I transferred two embies but my clinic doesn't give exact grading. I do know only one was hatching and I ended up with a vanishing twin and then my perfect boy. GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!!
Me - Ryan (34) and DH - Dre (40) - TTC #1 since 8/11
HSG: 11/14/11 - All clear!
Severe MFI (low count/motility)
Jan '13 IVF #1
16 eggs retrieved but 0 sperm present in TESE - Froze eggs
Feb - April - DH on Clomid (daily) and hCG shot 3x/week
4/19/13 - SA: sperm present (3 million/50% motility)
5/28/13 - 16 eggs thawed/survive, ICSI and 14 fertilize
6/2/13 - Transfer 2 great quality 5 day blasts. 1 blast to freeze on day 6.
6/14 - Beta 301
1st U/S - Twins! Baby A measuring perfectly with a HB of 141 and Baby B measuring a day behind w/ HB of 129.
2nd U/S - Baby A measuring perfectly w/ a HB of 178. Baby B no HB stopped growing at 8w1d.
2/13/14 - Healthy Baby Boy delivered after 40 hrs of labor via C-section.

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Postby marb » Mon Feb 02, 2015 4:51 pm

Not sure if your odds exactly except to say that I have heard of successes with low quality embryos and failures with high quality embryos. I think BB grade is a little lower but if it was good enough to freeze that means they know the embie has a good chance of a surviving the thaw and implanting. Best of luck to you!
Me: 36 DH: 34
Married 2010 (yay!) TTC - 4 years
Unexplained infertility, moving toward diminished ovarian reserve :( - DH is stellar
Clomid, Clomid w/ trigger, IUI's 2013 - all BFN
IVF#1 - June 2014 cancelled cycle due to low response to stims ("sluggish ovaries")
IVF#2 - Aug 2014 doubled stim meds, BFP w/ low but doubling HCG's, m/c ~ 6 wks, lingering HCG's - 2 snowflakes
IVF#3 - Jan 2015 one perfect embryo transferred, BFN
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Postby Reapage » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:20 am

Hello, I am also doing a FET this month. We only have one perfect little AB baby, but we hope it will do the trick after our recent early loss from a fresh cycle.

I just wanted to share that my friend is pregnant from transferring two bb's, and that was a fresh cycle. I have heard that FETs are a little more successful than fresh so I would say you have great odds!!!

You never know what will happened, the embryo we just transferred in our fresh cycle was perfect, and hatching... I got an early bfp at 5dp5dt... it got darker, and then by 12dp5dt it was gone... You never know. You just have to hope for the best.

Praying for you! I my transfer will be march 19!
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