Nereid and happy to share anything I can!
There's a lot of debate about PGD but my approach was it would speed up the process as i have quite a limited amount of time. The test offered by MIVF tests all 24 chromosomes so is supposed to be VERY accurate. But it is very expensive - $2500 flat rate to test up to four embryos. They test on day 3 and the results come through right before scheduled transfer. That can be the bad part as first time I got the phone call saying don't bother on my way to the clinic. That was quite shocking. I was more prepared second time but still a little disappointed that none of my three were ok. But honestly when you look at over 40 the statistics range from about 70-90% abnormal, so it's to be expected. My goal was always to try and get 10 embryos tested and if I don't get anything normal out of 10, then I have to consider giving up.
If I get a normal test result on an embryo, the success rate jumps from 5-10% in a cycle to 60% which is something to hold out for!
Ask your clinic - they may be able to send to melbourne for testing but that would mean having to freeze the embryos.
Although I've read reports out of the UK say there is a new trend to always freeze as they don't like transferring during a fresh cycle anymore because all the IVF drugs affect our bodies too much - interesting.