Silly question I know, but I'm curious...
My first IVF attempt resulted in an early m/c, and I guess I'm just a little concerned that an FET won't be as 'good'.
I guess what I'm trying to say is, because your embies are frozen and need to be thawed, does it affect their quality and implantation chances at all? I just figured that when it is all fresh, then the chances are higher.
I'm not sure what the quality of my 3 frosties are, but I remember after EPU, my FS told me that I had 4 great eggs, and I'm pretty sure the embryologist told me that I had 4 great embryos aswell. My first was an 8 cell 3 day transfer.
Just looking for some hope
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01-03-2012 11:48 #1
Is there a decreased chance with an FET?
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01-03-2012 14:40 #2
Hi Disney: I believe the opposite in fact, with FET your body hasnt just gone through the trauma of stimulation and egg collection, therefore you have an increased chance of success. Also re the frosties, they wont freeze unless they are of good quality and the thaw process is very successful although there is still a chance of the emby not surviving the thaw which is quite nerve racking but unlikely.
Good luck, l hope this helps.
03-03-2012 23:03 #3
I had two transfers, one fresh one frozen. The fresh didn't work and the frozen resulted in my beautiful daughter. Good luck xx
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05-03-2012 11:35 #4Senior Member
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well ive heard so many good stories about fet's
me personally i have had 2 frozen transfers and both were BFN.
i have two frozen embies ready to go next cycle and i just dont look forward to a frozen cycle based on my history.
but then again... it only takes one...
05-03-2012 14:09 #5
Disney I had a fresh one which is now my DD2 and I had 1x FET which was but sadly lost to BO M/C.
But in saying that they both took and I was pregnant both TF's.
05-03-2012 14:16 #6
My first FET resulted in my DS who is now 8 weeks old! Good luck!!
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06-03-2012 14:08 #7
May I ask you ladies if your FET's were medicated or not?
06-03-2012 14:57 #8
06-03-2012 15:10 #9
Our first fresh transfer was bfn, our second fet was Bfp resulting in ds1. Our second cycle we got Bfp fresh transfer resulting in ds2. Our 2 remaining frosties didn't survive the thaw from our first cycle but the technique of freezing and thawing has improved since then.
06-03-2012 19:18 #10
If I call my clinic tomorrow, will they be able to tell me if I will be having a medicated FET? I am seeing my new FS (by no choice of my own) on the 21st, but if I end up having a medicated cycle, I will need to wait ANOTHER month as it will be too late in my cycle to start.
I'm so angry at my FS for screwing us around!!!
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