@Tahli that's so exciting !!!
Are you putting them all in ?
I just had the most amazing conversation with a lady at the market who was pushing twins around 6 mths old. She said its actually good that they have each other and even though it was hard to get the sleep patterns right to start with it, seems like they can help entertain themselves now.
Bring on the twins .... or triplets !
Last edited by amie999; 19-04-2016 at 09:01.
LB just said she can prescribe the Zoladex ($345) but not under Authority, so on the PBS ($40), because it's an overseas cycle. So back to the evil spray, Synarel ($220) it is.
Yes, I'll transfer all 3 if they thaw well, but keep in mind that while they are blastocysts, 1 is average quality and 2 are below average quality so it might be that only the average embryo thaws well. Then I'd be in the position of having to choose between the average quality blast and my B5AA on ice.
Question...I was thinking about asking the embryologist to thaw The 3 Amigos the day before transfer, so grow them out for around 24 hours before transfer so we can see if they're high enough quality to transfer? Has any-one done this before?
PS: Because this cycle is a donor embryo cycle I've just found out the transfer/management fee has gone from the usual $615 to $1350. Ouch! And my flights were $500 more expensive than normal. So all up over $1.2k more than my normal dash over for a FET. Double Ouch!!
Last edited by Tahli; 19-04-2016 at 10:55.
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