@Tahli Right you are Luv, am making a note for Thursday on the whiteboard!!!
I don't think it takes all that long to thaw an emby does it?? Oooh...I just found this:
The cells (embryos in this case) are stored in liquid nitrogen after a controlled freeze by special machinery. Embryo freezing takes several hours while the thaw process takes about 30-45 minutes. Embryos have been successfully thawed after cryopreservation for as many as 13 years.
Embryo Freezing at the Genetics & IVF Institute
Soooooo....with that in mind, if you asked for an afternoon transfer, then you'd have the morning to thaw the embryo's out one at a time if you needed to??? If you're going to transfer 2, then they could thaw 2 out in the morning and give them a wee bit of time before transfer to see how they re-expand and then if 1 isn't going so well, they could thaw out the other if you wanted them to couldn't they???
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I just came accross this interesting article about embryo's Lovelies:
A very interesting read indeed!!!
I used to do 2xCrinone once in the morning and once at night and have a clean out in the shower every 2-3 days.
@Blossom74 I also used to ice my stomach for about 3-5 minutes prior to doing the Clexane injection. I found it took the sting right out of it and helped minimise bruising for me.
If it's still feeling a bit ouchy afterwards, just put the ice pack back on for another couple of minutes. I used a bag of frozen peas in a tea towel more often than not!!!
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07-03-2016 06:47 #827Senior Member
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thanks everyone. nervous. I'll let you know how it goes when home again
07-03-2016 07:12 #828Senior Member
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All the best Winsor. Sending positive thoughts for a perfect little embryo.
07-03-2016 07:50 #829
And thanks also for the link. I read bits and pieces of it but steered away from the Gradings part, lest it put doubt into my mind about Baby Cakes's chance of survival. I don't need any negativity in my mind about that right now.
I prefer to think BC stands just as good a chance as any other emby. By today I think he is meant to be a blasto? I think that's right? He was a 2 day transfer on Friday. So by my calculations if all is well (and why shouldn't it be?) he should hatch tomorrow and attach to my lining on Wednesday. I am going to POAS tomorrow and watch my Ovidrel fade away, before (hopefully) I see the lines start to get darker.
I am also going to be on the lookout from Thursday onwards for implantation bleeding. I know it's not a sure bet but I did have that with Blossom.
07-03-2016 08:22 #830
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