I was doing some research on embryos and fertilisation and what not last night as I am having a FET this month.
The embie that I have frozen is a 5 day blast (perfect condition). The thing is, it started out as one of the eggs that was late to fertilise and was set aside from my other two fertilised eggs. It fertilised about 24 hours after the others. Then somehow managed to catch up to the one that I had transferred and was able to be frozen.
I found this online last night
"Some immature eggs require up to 24-36 hours in culture to mature. It is not unusual to observe “late” fertilization of such eggs up to 24 hours after insemination. However, the chance of a successful pregnancy from these late fertilized eggs is slim."
Now I am freaking out the embie I'm going to transfer is just going to be a dud! Does anyone have any experience with late fertilised eggs? Do you think this info accurate? I'm seeing FS today and will ask her, but I;m impatient and was wondering if anyone could give me any insight in the mean time lol thank you in advance. Hope you are all travelling well!