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    Default Embryoscope???

    Hi ladies,

    Has anyone used embryoscope ( http://qfg.com.au/embryoscope ) before? It has been offered to us for this round at a cost of $445. My specialist thinks it's amazing but I would love to hear from someone who has used it.
    @RN1 hopefully someone will have some ideas for us.

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    I would want to see some statistics before spending that much to be hobest

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    A summary of the outcomes/statistics are here:
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...1502821401365X
    The differences are significant.

    Buffy

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    Default Embryoscope???

    We used it last cycle, we had the best results we've had so far of four fresh cycles (one embryo got to blastocyst) but honestly don't know how much difference it made. We usually get a good number of eggs but once fertilised they develop poorly and slow, we tried it to see if our embryos would grow better without getting taken out once a day for the scientists to look at. We didn't get bfp but would consider using again.
    Last edited by Bluemeeple; 23-08-2015 at 18:31.

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    @mummymaybe....the scientist I spoke to today sounded very positive about the info the E scope is able to provide. We're paying $475 for it at QfG

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    Default Embryoscope???

    @Bluemeeple thank you. Here's hoping for good news.

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    Yep we paid about that much for our CT cycle and it was quite clear watching the footage which ones were performing the best - dividing to the right number of cells at the right time. I'd spend it again for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    That's so amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RN1 View Post
    @mummymaybe....the scientist I spoke to today sounded very positive about the info the E scope is able to provide. We're paying $475 for it at QfG
    My bad it is $475.


 

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