I agree with the grades. The 3AB has a good troph, but a little less than ideal, hence the B grade. The ICM looks great, hence the A. It’s nicely expanded. The others are not expanded yet, but look like they should be pretty decent once they expand, but not quite ideal looking.
Your best chance is probably that 3AB, if its troph is good enough to implant and then form a good placenta. It may be implanting tomorrow morning. But your others have a chance also, and you just might get a multiple.
Just my opinion.
I know you ‘are not a doctor’, but it seems from your posts that you know quite a bit about this process. My RE and embryologist shy away from direct questions about embryo quality. I get a lot of ‘it is great’ and ‘you never know what will make a baby’ comments. I transferred 3 blasts today, 2BB, 2BB, and 3AB. Obviously the 3AB looks the best, but what do you think? Do you think this is a fair quality blast?
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