oh no @Caesardust thats really sh!tty Im so sorry to hear that. Fruck its so unfair!!
You've got two beauties on board so sending you truckloads of luck they get you your baby xxx
@Caesardust this was the responce I got lastnight from Karin when I asked about my B2s. I hope this helps you to feel more hopeful with your littlies on board.
"The success rate for frozen transfers are based on all transfers and will include various grading on embryos. We don’t have separate statistics for each grading quality and yes we do have success with B2 embryos."
Thanks @Tahli I know you've been here before and as some of you have said de is not a fix all and generally doesn't work first time either. I let that hope get too high again and of course then the crash is bigger.
@Caesardust Where are you? Still in CT or back in Melb?
PS: The reason I ask is access to sperm. Do you still have some frozen TESA sperm in CT?
Last edited by Tahli; 01-09-2016 at 17:43.
How quickly can you TESA sperm? I don't know anything about the procedure but if it was me personally I wouldn't leave CT without leaving sperm at CFC, even if you have to move your flight by a few days. It would be more cost effective than DP having to potentially fly over again with you.
Obviously knowing the outcome of this cycle would be advantageous for planning. And you know that I couldn't be wishing harder for a BFP. I'm just trying to think practically when you yourself must be feeling gutted.
Caesardust so don't give up hope. I know its still devastating though. Massive hugs xxx
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