@katt1011 ahhh okay! I understand now.
I really hope they're all perfect though. ♡
Wow! Just curious, what about day 2 (day 3 transfer?)
Couldn't be better than a day 4, surely!
We are paying extra for blasts this time, last time we weren't given an option.
8 years to be frozen seems like so long! I personally can't believe my last little one at QFG will have been frozen for 5 years this July or August. :0
@Mink Okay I Googled it and I'm sure I got the same answer as a doctor but I'm gonna tell you anyway.
Your body eliminates approximately half of the hcg in your system every 23 to 35 hours, so 14 days following the injection, Ovidrel should be completely out of your system.
I'm not sure how much of the drug is delivered by how many clicks.
If you know the amount you could work it out.
Halve it from the 22nd every 35 hours (to be safe) and then on the 25th and 30th just add those doses and keep halving?
I really hope that line is from a baby though! *fingers crossed!* xx