Did anyone do a single embryo transfer either by choice or because there was only one good embryo?
It seems like 2 embryos is the average transfer for women under 35. So than I can figure the statistics that show chance of pregnancy/live birth per cycle are usually based off of a 2 embryo transfer. Does anyone know how much lower the chances of a pregnancy/live birth per cycle will be when only transferring one embryo? Does that cut the chance of pregnancy in half than? Like if a clinic says 50% chance of pregnancy/live birth with a 2 embryo transfer and I only transfer 1 than I only have a 25% chance
I feel upset because my husband is absolutely dead set against any chance of getting twins. He agrees to have one more child and no more. But we can only afford 3 IVF cycles either fresh or frozen. I would rather get twins than no baby at all and I feel like we should transfer 2 to maximize our chances before funds run out. I don’t know how to get him to agree to a 2 embryo transfer when he says no way to twins. Transferring only one embryo makes me feel less hopeful that the IVF will work