Nice to hear from you @MrsSingh!!
Wishing you the best of luck with EPU @hopefulangel1987!! Have a great snooze and hope to hear of ur experience this afternoon
Good luck with ET @ABG79 and @LillyM !!! That emby holds on and burrow deep.
I just realised we may have another run in today with the 3 of you ladies there at the Day Surgery.
@LillyM- What a way to rub salt into an already sore wound . I'm sorry to hear that hun. The good news is all 3 of your embies are still fighting.
Primary ( and other clinics) has a different way of grading their embryos.
As far as my knowledge of embryo grading goes, there are 3 standards of embryo grading- The Spainish way, The UK way, and the US way. I know Genea grades their embryo according to the Spainish way. So they give grades to different components of their embryo- either hatching or not hatching, 2 distinct cells- inner cell mass (forms the embryo) and trophoblast ( forms the placenta) and the ratio of the cavity. Primary however, uses the UK grading system- where they give grades 1-5 according to the number of cell divisions ( how well the cells divide) and the degree of fragmentation ( this reflects quality). 1 being the best quality, 5 being the worst quality. If embryos have gotten to the blast stage and are already hatching by themselves they automatically give the blast a grade 1.
So to answer to your question hun- the last 3 embryos that I had transferred were all grade 1. 2 were starting to hatch. So by all definition they should have implanted or the most likely to implant. So while your Day 3 embies are classed as grade 2 and 3- it does not mean it wont implant or arent good quality embryos. Day 3 embies can do just as well and can lead to pregnancies as much as a day 5 blast can.
Have some faith hun and I hope ur emby can prove to us all that day 3 embies can lead to a baby.