[QUOTE=kaydreambaby]I am so nervous my transfer date is coming up on April 5th two weeks ago I was counting with excitement …now I so anxious and nervous. I want to be happy and KNOW it will work but ugh I have no crystal ball to determine the outcome.My husband and I have saved up to this point and I am not financially able to go through another cycle… I have 4 embryos all blasts and will be transferring 2 on my transfer date.
So has anyone ever transferd two and received a BFN?
Has anyone ever transfered a blast or 2 and got a BFN?
Did it hurt during your transfer?
Did it take a long time during transfer?
Were you nervous before, during, and after transfer?
Any words of wisdom or advice?[/QUOTE]
Kay, you’ve got waaaaaay better odds than the rest of us. FOUR blasts? You’ve got very, very high quality embryos. And look at why you’ve failed so far. All tubal factor or OHSS, which is behind you. Statistically, you don’t fall into the same treatment group as the rest of us. You are very far to the right of the bell curve. As a matter of fact, your embryos are so anxious to implant, they went ahead and implanted in your fallopian tubes. Let me count the advantages that you have over everyone else:
—You are young.
—You have successfully fertilized numerous embryos.
—You have generated numerous high quality blasts.
—Your embryos are enthusiastic about implanting.
—You are able to do an implantation WELL AFTER retrieval because you have flash frozen embryos, which has been shown to substantially increase your odds of a successful implantation.
—You removed your hydro tube, which eliminates that chance that your tube will flush away implanting embryos and generate a negative environment in your uterus.
My opinion? The odds are you’ll probably end up with twins because of your robust embryos. Honestly, if I were you, I’d do another cycle after this one if it fails because you are a prime candidate for IVF. But really, I’m almost certain that you’ll succeed on this one.
Edit: Also, can’t you just save the extra blasts that you have for later, then do another frozen embryo transfer (which is cheaper?)