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  • Elin

    We just put in two embryos and I so hope that increases our chances. This is our fifth ivf and on the four earlier ones we put in one embryo. The second ivf gave us a son, but we never had any embryos surviving long enough to get frozen (we always did the embryo transfer on day two, and none of the other embryos survived to day five when they are frozen). The doctors therefore put in two embryos with equal quality to increase our chances.

    March 02, 2019
    • Samara

      How did that work out for you? I’m on my 3rd Ivf but first embryo transfer (3 days) because my first clinic refused to do anything but 5 day transfers and none of my embryos 7 ivf #1 and 9 ivf#2 made it. This time we made 16 embryos and they let me do a single embryo transfer of 1 because we had 30 eggs. Still dont know this one is yet but none of my others made it.

      November 29, 2019
  • Sarah

    I had a failed fresh cycle last year during which we transferred 2 embryos. In March this year we transferred just 1 frozen embryo and I am now 29 weeks pregnant – fully in support of single transfers and FETs!

    September 29, 2018
  • Lisa

    Taking prednisone in anticipation of an FET on Sunday. Had a rough night sleep last night and butt cheeks hurt from the Progesterone Oil injections. The things we do to try to have a baby.

    Wondering how people have faired with subsequent FET transfers?

    September 26, 2018
  • Julie Aberdeen

    Thank you this is exactly what I needed to read today! A very useful read.

    September 06, 2018

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