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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    The results are definitely in !!!
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    BFP and UTD !!!!

    Yeehaaaaaa

    Lol omg that's so awesome well done girlie X

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post

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    Pretty impressed with your cute lil pixie baby u have there! She's a keeper! I bet you can't take your eyes off her! A real little Cuddlepie

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    Well the verdict is in we got 9 good looking eggs from our follies, some immatures and all from the left side. All the follies on the right were empty... which explains why the oestrogen didn't go crazy. Praying for good fert rate. Had a bit of a bleed during the procedure so BP dropped and I ended up staying for a few hours for some fluids. Feeling ok now. The FS also mentioned that my progesterone was rising already. He wants to freeze if we get one for an FET later. If we get more than one then he will put one back and freeze the others. I am thinking why not freeze them all? What do you think girls?

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    Extra fets will cost more I guess, but I also think there's a really good argument for a freeze all if you have the time, $, and inclination. I'd probably freeze and put them back in as a double, but go with your gut instinct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    And just to round out the straight we got 7!

    Not sure how many were mature, waiting in the call from the scientist. @faithandhopellove sounds like you had a bit of a scare, hope you're ok now xxx
    @Butterfly39 8 is great! Hope you are recovering well.

    Fx we all get great fert rates
    That's great numbers!


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    Congratulations @leyshoja! Awesome news xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    @Sue77 I have been following a donor thread on another site where the quality of the embies is extremely good. A number of the ladies there share the same donor and I have been amazed that some get pregnant and some don't. Same egg donor, same sperm donor. Same grade embie. Same transfer date. But not the same result. The women waiting for donor eggs are all screened for anything that might impede implantation so they know it's not that. Some of them are over 50 so it's not an age thing either. What is it then? Probably just luck. The success rate in that program is 90%... but over 3 tries. The chance of getting pregnant from the first transfer it's just over 60%. Good odds but that still means some people won't be lucky. Odds of being pregnant after 2 attempts increase to over 80%. However that still means 2 out of 10 people in the program didn't get pregnant with perfect embies after 2 transfers. As you have been screened for implantation issues and your embies are good then maybe you are in this category.

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    Not every woman gets gets pregnant every cycle, but also remember that there is a biochemical implantation window that has to be tight from the point of view of the timing of the embryo transfer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    Oh and got these from dh Attachment 63265
    Well done with your 7 eggies, that's great news they got them all out

    Re the flowers - ur spoiled! DH just took me out for Italian - I was so hungry! yummy carbonara, now waiting to fly home. Hope you're getting your pillows fluffed.

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    I've heard that miscarriage rates are pretty high in the over 40's. Does anyone know if the miscarriage rate would be based on my age or the egg donors age? Yes, dp and I are wondering already if we should not get our hopes up just yet

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    @leyshoja I would have thought the donors age

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    I've heard that miscarriage rates are pretty high in the over 40's. Does anyone know if the miscarriage rate would be based on my age or the egg donors age? Yes, dp and I are wondering already if we should not get our hopes up just yet
    I think uterine factors only begin to come into play when your age is >43 and definitely at >45. This results in decreased implantation rates and higher mc rates. BUT Mc rate still only 16% roughly for DE at age >45. Under 45 around 7%.

    Pretty good odds compared with 50% MC rate for own egg around 40. Not to mention risk of downs etc.

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