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    Default How many FET's before successful?

    Hi all

    We have 8 frozen embryos and are going to have a FET hopefully in mid-July. I was wondering whether anybody has any feedback about how many FET's it took before a PG, or did it work first time. We are transferring one embryo this time.

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    Hi Chachi, I only had one fresh embryo transfer and the rest were frozen embryo transfers. It took us 6 cycles to get pregnant with our DS, but everyone is so different and I know alot of people who got pregnant on their first one!! There are some great success stories out there!!

    Good luck with your treatment and I wish you all the best!!! Join us on the First IVF cycle in a few days part 2 thread!!

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    Ok this might be hard to follow but
    1st Stim : 1 fresh transfer failure no FE
    2nd Stim : 1 fresh transfer positive
    9 Frozen FETs : single transfers last one positive
    3rd Stim: 1 fresh failure 7FETs failure all singe transfers
    4th Stim : 1 fresh failure 3 FETs failure all single transfers then positive....have 2 in the deep freeze
    *Note to say we changed my FET drugs and got a BFP first time. So I think it is a bit of trial an error.

    LOL I still dont know alot about my cycles of levels...I use to turn up and let them do the thinking cause that was what I was paying for.
    Bec
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    TTC 5 years, IVF 4years
    Angels Charlotte & Audrey
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    Default Thanks for the info

    Thanks Bradysmum and Beckkles: I was just curious as to how it panned out for all. Hopefully one will thaw successfully, and will take first time. I told our IVF specialist to make sure he put his Golden Gloves on again for the FET, as it worked first time with fresh !!


 

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