Hilarious @Blossom74!!! I think @BlondeinBrisvegas is a fan of the ol' triple transfer! I can hear @JulieMalooley's words ringing in my ears 'be careful what you wish for"!!
I'm bl~~dy determined for this forth DE cycle to work. I really have my fighting spirit back. You girl's have played an enormous role in that. I keep getting out my FRER sticks and wanting to be at that stage again so badly.
As you know, I've been looking for a Plan B ED in case mine can't donate again. It's not helping that my ED clinic won't confirm with me if she can donate again until after the result of the next transfer is know. Plus I don't know if Dr W would suggest changing EDs or not. Fingers so firmly crossed that I don't have to find out!!
flat out at work today and a conference call with new project mgr yet to come. today's 10dpo I think (5d transfer was mon). so I think hcg would only start tomorrow. maybe I could poas mon? I'm too nervous this time, though I'd like to see it early on the sticks in case it drops off like last time. BT isn't till the following mon as we're away on the sat.
Yup me too hairdressser time is all about me. I love mine.
@BlondeinBrisvegas Here's a WWYD game:
Lets say you have 3 frozen embryos in CT all of the same B5AA grading and you'd like to do a DT. They thaw two embryos. The first is great to transfer but the second is not so great.
You know you don't want to pay $3k to head back to CT for the third embryo if it's not going to thaw well.
You and your FS decide to thaw the third embryo to see if it's better than the second embryo, but it also turns out to be not so great.
You know you want to transfer the great one. What do you do with the two 'not so great' embryos?
Haha i would shove it in anyway.
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