@winsor I agree the PGD is expensive. I have only done one round of it with Monash. Out of 17 mature eggs I only ended up with one able to be biopsied on day 6 and a second one which was a blastocyst on day 6 but not hatched enough to be biopsied and has been frozen. The biopsied one came back abnormal with a list of chromosomal abnormalities as long as my arm. So score of nil from 17 for me. My FS has said the day 6 untested frozen one is probably " no good". I have no information on its grading or appearance, however if it was suitable to be frozen it's worth a shot but I want to do another fresh cycle to try and get more to test before I transfer the untested one.
There are pros and cons to the PGD - e.g the difficulty with getting embryos not just to day 5 but they must be hatching on day 5 or 6. I had 4 x 8 cells on day 3 and only two of those got past day 3. I wonder if I'd transferred one of those other day 3s that didn't progress would they have worked and just didn't work because they were growing in a dish. These are the questions you can't answer.
@Bongley I have just done 2 weeks on the pill and am due to start menopur injections on Sat for an egg retrieval on 30 Oct if I get any follicles. Last time I got 19 follicles but that was Gonal f 225 so don't know how I will go on 225 menopur - which is technically less FSH because some of it is LH.