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March 23rd, 2012, 3:50 pm #1

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
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March 23rd, 2012, 4:57 pm #2

I'll be thinking of you today. Fingers crossed that everything goes well!!
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March 23rd, 2012, 7:10 pm #3

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
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March 23rd, 2012, 8:40 pm #4

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
Babydust to you!!! Keep us posted
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Mrs. M
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March 23rd, 2012, 10:40 pm #5

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
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Hopeful in Delaware
Hopeful in Delaware

March 23rd, 2012, 11:03 pm #6

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
Good Luck!! Can't wait to hear your good new. n/t
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Antonialisa
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March 23rd, 2012, 11:44 pm #7

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
All the best
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Tracy
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March 24th, 2012, 3:51 am #8

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
Sending ++++++ thoughts!

xoxo, Tracy
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March 24th, 2012, 2:18 pm #9

We are trying again after a chem pg just after Christmas. We had 3 frozen blastocysts (day 6), 2 survived the thaw, and I won't know about quality until we get there for the transfer. I'm nervous as all heck but it just may be the steroid making me jumpy.

All we have been told so far is that one looked "good" and the other 2 "ok" - so hopefully it was one of the "ok" ones that didn't survive. Wish we had more information!! Argh. We will transfer both regardless of how they look.

Thanks for letting me post.

SMRC
so much for the encouragement. One of the blasts was graded 3B- and the other 3BC, so not great quality (although I was told right before transfer they rarely give an A grade), but we will hope for the best. Thanks again.
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futurebeauty
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March 24th, 2012, 6:22 pm #10

I so hope this is your cycle to bring your baby to your arms. Best of luck to you in your 2WW and hopefully success in the end.

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