2 embies transferred!

2 embies transferred!

Joined: November 27th, 2011, 4:22 pm

March 29th, 2012, 8:40 pm #1

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
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green.elephant
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March 29th, 2012, 9:58 pm #2

Good luck! My embryologist sent me home with a picture of the embryo we transferred - love it! Not many baby books get to have a picture like that!
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CrazyLady
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March 29th, 2012, 10:44 pm #3

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
Wishing you and your stow-aways all the best! Hope they're making themselves comfortable!
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Joined: August 17th, 2011, 2:17 pm

March 29th, 2012, 11:04 pm #4

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
Best of luck to you. Sounds like a moving experience. Can't wait to hear more good news for you!
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Mrs. M
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March 29th, 2012, 11:17 pm #5

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
Sounds like a great transfer experience. Welcome to the two week "torture" with me. I'm in a hotel because I'm cycling out of town but first stop on the way home tomorrow will be the grocery store for a whole pineapple.
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Joined: December 8th, 2006, 6:35 am

March 30th, 2012, 1:57 am #6

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
I am so glad you are all nestled in -- bfp on its way!
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Joined: March 29th, 2012, 2:12 am

March 30th, 2012, 1:59 am #7

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
Hello congratulations on the transfer. Get plenty of rest.

? Why the pineapple?
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Joined: November 27th, 2011, 4:22 pm

March 30th, 2012, 2:27 am #8

It contains an enzyme called Bromelain, which breaks up proteins that inhibit implantation of a fertilized egg... Its more highly concentrated in the core, so you're supposed to eat that as well. The caveat is that it can also induce contractions, so some pregnancy sites say to avoid it after the first 5-7 days... but the most common advice is: one pineapple, divided into 5 portions - consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day of your embryo transfer.
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anon lala
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March 30th, 2012, 10:48 am #9

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
Enjoy relaxing
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Joined: February 23rd, 2012, 7:57 am

April 1st, 2012, 1:50 am #10

So after going back and forth for the past few days, we decided on two. We transferred one 4AA and one 4BB, so we're thrilled. The embryologist let me look at them under the microscope before transfer, which was simply amazing... We have a bunch of early blasts still going strong and about 5 morulas that are close behind, so we're hoping to have some beauties to freeze tomorrow.

Home relaxing and eating pineapple. What an amazing experience it was to watch.
Best of luck!!!!
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