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    Default Blastocysts generally boys or girls

    Hehe thanks ladies! We are not finding out the sex so will let it be a surprise but awesome to know.

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    Cleavage transfers - 100.1 boys to every 100 females.
    Blastocyst transfers - 114.3 boys to every 100 girls.

    (Page 48, http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-d...id=10737423259)

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    Fresh icsi blasto with my first - boy!!

    This one fresh icsi day 3.... Yet to find out.

    Interesting stats!

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    5 day fresh blast (using ICSI) baby boy toy me :-)

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    5 day blast from fresh cycle = DS1
    5 day blast from frozen cycle = DS2

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    Fresh 5 day blast - girl
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    I am going to be having IVF next month. Any help about what these blastocysts are exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by T1gger View Post
    I am going to be having IVF next month. Any help about what these blastocysts are exactly
    A day 5 embryo.
    Some have transfer earlier (day 2-3), but it's also common to have day 5/blasto transfer.

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    Fresh 5 day blast (icsi) and we had a little girl

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    5 day fresh = boy
    5 day frozen = boy

    i asked my clinic if one sex was more common and the answer was no.


 

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