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    Default Day 5 morula transfer success -- anyone?

    After a disappointing cycle where only 2 eggs fertilised with donor sperm, I actually got to have a Day 5 transfer today, which is new territory for me (see sig), and therefore quite exciting.

    However, my embryo was only a morula today, not a blasty, so it's quite behind in its development. This lowers my chances of falling pregnant, but it can definitely still happen. I've been googling for Day 5 morula success stories and found quite a lot, but I was wondering if anyone on BH can share a similar story?

    It would be nice to know that even a very slow emby can still make it.

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    Sariele it's been a while since you posted this and I wanted to see how you went - I'm currently in the same boat hope you got your BFP!!!!!

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    Hi there! I ended up having two cycles with Day 5 Morula transfers and unfortunately they were both unsuccessful. However, it turns out that there was an inexplicable issue with my egg quality (seriously, my FS was totally stumped!), so I went on DHEA and testosterone for three months, and Saizen during the stim part of my last cycle, and I managed to get 4x Day 5 blasties and 1x Day 6 blasty! We had two blasties transferred and the other three frozen, and I am currently 19 weeks pregnant with a little boy (who is currently kicking me as I type, lol). So unfortunately morula transfers didn't work for me, but those two bad cycles helped us to realise that there was something mysterious preventing my eggs/embryos being good enough to fertilise/progress, and we were able to do something to tackle that. Having said that, as I said in my original post, there are plenty of Day 5 Morula success stories out there, so don't lose hope. Good luck!

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    Oh wow CONGRATULATIONS! So wonderful that you identified the issue so quickly and dealt with it! All the best with the rest of your pregnancy!

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    Thanks so much! If you think of it, let me know how you go.

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    Will do thanks hun


 

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