Hi all, hope everyone is fairing well 🌞🌺
I feel like I am miles ahead of schedule from everyone else on the thread but I appreciate that some of you wonderful ladies are unfortunately already experienced at this stuff so can still shed some light on what to expect.
So, I haven't posted in a few days now, I think at last count I still had 31 fertilised eggs. Well since then, 6 didn't grow/divide, then 15 were tested and were abnormal and in the end was left with 10 at day 3.
Of those, a few weren't looking that great so at last count I have 2 hatching which were transferred yesterday and 6 that were good enough to be frozen. 3 of the frozen ones are graded B's/C's but the other three couldn't be graded as they were a bit slower or something. I am pretty sure they are still blasts but maybe not as good as the three graded ones.
Dr seemed to think that basically any I put in now might be a waste because fresh transfers don't do as well as frozen transfers because the body is all hyped up and not fully recovered from the stimming. I wanted to try anyway and we put in the only two hatching ones I had.
Now I think I am day one of the 2ww or am I day 2? I assume I don't count the transfer date. Well anyway apparently I can test on the 23rd.
So the transfer was ok, I had diarrhoea right before and after the transfer which was a bit concerning. Hopefully didn't make a difference and they stuck in there anyway. I am lazing about today and will do tomorrow as well.
May be TMI here but have just been to the loo and when I wiped I saw three tiny brown dots. I assume it is too early for implantation bleeding?? Spotting is pretty out of character for me so would like to hear your thoughts.
Also, to those who are where I was last week, my bloating has finally gone down today. Only took forever.
I am taking some sort of progesterone gel and pills at the moment, I am not sure what it does. If anyone has experience with the post pick up medication like what u take and for how long and what it is supposed to do I would love to hear your take on it.
Good luck to all with your todays challenges and for all the waiting that seems to come with every step of this whole TTC process.