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    I am surprised, they offered 2 straight away. We have mfi and done ICSI but after 3 failed fresh cycles I was the one pushing for 2 transfer. I did fall pregnan and we have one healthy boy. But 2 increases ur chance of multiple by nearly 50%. It is more high risk pregnancy etc etc. My fs always preferred one. Goodluck

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    I spoke to monash nurse today and two is still liable depending on if it is a 2/3 or 5 day blast. If it is a five we go one , if it is a three we do two....So confusing for me and poor DH head is is a spin , he can't cope....Oh dear.


 

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