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    Default FET with low graded embryo BFP?

    Hi ladies

    Wanted to read of success stories from anyone who went on to have a bouncy baby from what was graded a 'poor' or 'low' quality embryo? I have four frosties which were all graded as 3-4 and highly fragmented? If u have had similar experience I'd love to hear... TIA 😊

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    hi, i don't know about grading in numbers, but i was told my embryo's were classed as a C, which is on the lower scale. My doc assured me that a lot of women do get pregnant with a C class embryo. My embryo's also had genetic testing, so by the time i got them, they had been fiddled with a lot.

    I don't have a healthy bub yet.. but i am currently 5 weeks pregnant with a c class embryo!

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    Congrats KS09! thanks for getting back to me, i just had my first ICSI cycle in June had a freeze all as i overstimulated. I was told my embryo's are not the best looking and are highly fragmented and she is letting me put 2 back in.. I am praying that we are blessed first time around.. gives me hope to read your story though!
    Which clinic do you go to? wishing you a healthy and smooth pregnancy

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    I've been with Monash IVF, looked after by Dr Nick Lolatgis.
    I've only done one cycle, but had enough to freeze.
    This was my third transfer from the first cycle.. third time lucky.

    Don't lose heart.. it may take a couple of cycles to learn what is right for your body. I didn't expect this transfer to work at all, I had already spoken with the doc and started discussing wht we could try differently next time, but it worked!


 

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