Yeah I agree with @Flower78
They will defrost the embryos and if they don't expand which they need to test and the cells are still living they'll refreeze them. And they only charge you if they biopsy them so they may just defrost and refreeze them.
I had a borderline embryo that they were waiting to grow out and the next day it came good so they'll give them time and see.
You may need to come to grips with the fact that they might not make it to day 5. That will be hard but it could also save you in failed cycles? Depends how you look at it.
I'm so scared we'll get no normal embryos back. It's a risk for sure but I'm trying to think of it as saving me heartache.
Good luck with that decision.
I'm actually feeling ok with my abnormal result. The way I look at it is that it is likely that the baby was the main reason I miscarried (maybe there still could be immune issues, killer cells??) I'm also assuming that because it took it's not my thin lining that's the problem...?
Like @MaybeBabyIVF said, I think it would be heartbreaking to know there was nothing wrong with my baby because then it should be still here then. I guess I'll feel better if we get at least one normal tested embryo back. If we get none back it'll be a hard road ahead.
For now tho, I feel like we have a goal...to find that golden embryo.
It was three weeks ago tomorrow I found out there was no heartbeat. So much has happened in that time. I should have been 12 weeks today
Will keep going...feeling positive...amazingly