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    Default Hatched embryo... Greater chance of implantation?

    I've got an FET coming up soon and both our embryos are graded as 6BB which to my knowledge means they have hatched. Does anyone know if this increases their chance of implantation at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDove View Post
    I've got an FET coming up soon and both our embryos are graded as 6BB which to my knowledge means they have hatched. Does anyone know if this increases their chance of implantation at all?
    My clinic uses a different grading system so I'm not familiar with "6BB."

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    I have had 4 transfers in total. 2 fresh transfers with my own eggs (B grade and C grade) - both BFN's.

    One frozen transfer with my own egg (A grade hatching emby) - BFP but miscarried at 8 1/2 weeks.

    And one fresh transfer with a donor egg (A grade hatching) - BFP and currently 16 weeks pregnant.

    I would assume there are a million and one things that can affect implantation and survival of an embryo - egg quality and development would be two of them, but also factors such as immune issues, clotting disorders, sperm quality, uterine quality etc.

    Hatching is good, yes! But as you would know, there are no guarantees

    Good luck with your transfer! Think positive!

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    Hi I had 8 transfers (15 embryos in total) in order to get my bfp (DS2). He was a result of a double transfer one was a 6AA and the other a 7AA. I'd never had anything more than a 5BB transferred before. So it definitely was better for me!

    But as pp said we all know there are no guarantees. So fingers crossed this is your sticky

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    @LittleDove, I would say yes. I had a hatching embryo implanted and I'm now 9 weeks pregnant.

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    Hatching is definitely a great sign of the quality/strength of the embryo. I've had 3 hatching blasts transferred and all 3 have led to pregnancies. I've always gotten BFPs very early on too and felt implantation pretty much right away (within 5-6 hours of transfer)

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    Thank you everyone! And congrats on all those BFPs!!

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    apparently hatching is good and has increased success.

    assisted hatching not so. But if they hatch on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Hi I had 8 transfers (15 embryos in total) in order to get my bfp (DS2). He was a result of a double transfer one was a 6AA and the other a 7AA. I'd never had anything more than a 5BB transferred before. So it definitely was better for me!

    But as pp said we all know there are no guarantees. So fingers crossed this is your sticky
    What does a grade 7 mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDove View Post
    What does a grade 7 mean?
    6 was hatching and 7 had gone beyond that - this was at QFG with Wazza in 2012.

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    Hmmm that's interesting... I wonder what Wazza meant exactly by going beyond hatching. This transfer will be with Wazza so fingers crossed


 

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