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    We did our ivf in 2012 & were lucky enough to conceive first go. We have a 4yr old ds and an 11mth old dd. We have 2 frozen embryos in storage.
    We want another bub sometime in the future and I only want one more pregnancy. ..tempted to get both put back in at the same time. What would you do?

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    I'd do both... whatever is meant to be will be!! There are a couple of threads in the IVF forum about double transfers, many of the girls who have had a double transfer saw 1 heartbeat at their 1st scan and brought home a healthy baby (although 1 brought home triplets!!!). Good luck with your decision xx

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    Thanks; I cant leave one frozen all by itself so if they both survive the thaw then I'm thinking of transferring two.
    Our marriage is solid and finances are fine; I'd have to hire some help though but thats ok

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    I would only put one back... Right now you have the option of two frozen cycles, so if the first doesn't work, you can do another without having to stim again (big plus in my opinion), and if you do put both back and you end up with a multiple pregnancy, my understanding is that you face more risk of losing one or both, or having a premature delivery. If by chance your first FET is successful (and I hope it is), then you do have the option of having the second embryo transferred at a time in your cycle when it is unlikely to implant (if leaving it frozen, having it succumb, or donating it is not an option for you)...

    You should have a chat to your FS... Considering your previous success, he/she might only allow you to put one back anyway...

    Good luck! Xx

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    Thanks; ive had 4 pregnancies, 2 ectopic which resulted in the loss of my tubes, hence the need for ivf. Both my successful pregnancies were uncomplicated with large term babies...

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