@Btae I'm not sure. what does your instinct say to do? the PDG tested does sound like a good option. or you could ask your doctor/embryologist for their input?
Haven't read up properly as I'm at work and have been a nervous wreck all morning, sweaty palms and all but all 4 looking great at 7 cells!!! I feel Like I could burst into tears with relief will catch up properly tonight xxx
@Gen72 my gosh lovely that is so scary, I'm sending you guys every bit of strength and good luck that you get a bit further. A good friend of mine had her boy at 26weeks and he is absolutely perfectly healthy 6 year old so lots of good stories out there. Big big hugs xxx
Phew! @tuxcat I know it's not day 5 yet but that's great progress. .
@Tahli I agree with the other girls. The line is definitely darker.
@Gen72 a friend of mine has just had a grandaughter come home after being born at 28 weeks. Same issue with her mum: pre-eclampsia. Mum is early 20's which just goes to show it can happen at any age. Bub is just gorgeous and her health is fine. I will be sending out prayers and good vibes that your little one stays in her mumma as long as possible.
Ahh @Tahli look at you trying to be all coy. That line is definitely coming back. That is going to be a BFFP in a few days.
Great news @tuxcat. Remember 4 embryos from a donors eggs could equal 3 maybe 4 babies but 14 embryos from our eggs could mean 1 maybe even no baby.
@Blossom74 I hope your scan went ok and your lining is behaving nicely.
@gorgeousgeorge I hope things went well with your donors epu.
@Btae - having done PGD myself I would transfer the PGD normal without a doubt. It gives you the best chance and avoids a potential miscarriage if transferring an unknown which can take you out for 2 months. Grading bears no relationship to chromosomal normality in my view. I had some blasts that were good grades which tested abnormal. The only certainty about chromosomal normality is a tested embryo.
@Blossom74 - good luck with that cd9 scan.
@Tahli - that line definitely looks darker.
@tuxcat - everything is looking on track with your embryos.
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