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In Category: IVF Basics
Grade B Embryos
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Hi all! I have 1 DS from my first IVF cycle in 2009 and we are now trying for baby #2. I had my transfer today and am worried that 2 grade B embryos won't do the trick this time. Does anyone have any positive success stories using a grade b embryo? Also does anyone have a success story of getting pregnant with IVF on the first and second the trying it?
Posted on 05/20/12, 04:35 pm
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Reply #1 - 05/20/12  7:28pm
" Unfortunately I have no success stories, but Grade B isn't bad at all! I'm assuming they were frozen at the blast stage? You got pregnant once with IVF I think that's a great sign you'll have another success. Good luck to you "
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Reply #2 - 05/21/12  12:32am
" Congrats on your DS! I too have a DS from my first IVF in 2009 (transferred 2). I did an FET about a year ago and only transferred one, unfortunately got a BFN. I took time off for myself and for other reasons, but I got back to another FET this past Feb (transferred one) and am now 16 weeks preggers. I don't know the actual grade of my embies, but RE said they were good. I hope that gives you some encouragement. I'd say things sound pretty good for you, especially since you transferred 2. Prayers and positive thoughts heading your way! Good luck. :-) "
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Reply #3 - 05/31/12  2:48pm
" I transferred a grade b embryo and ended up pregnant with my 2nd round of ivf but unfortunately it ended in miscarriage. I wish you luck, but keep the faith. It does work! "

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