I saw my RE today after my BFN to discuss the next cycle and he went over everything from last IVF cycle and said that everything was above average up until the embryos. The quality was a little below average. So after deciding what to do for next cycle he also told me about something called thrombofilia (not sure if I spelled it right). It's something in your blood that causes little clots not letting the embryo implant and causing miscarriage if by any chance it does implant. He said they don't test for it right from the begining becauase its not very common but that if I wanted to be sure he would order the test, so I said of course. I'd like to make sure thats not an issue, and if it is take care of it. So anyways, my question is have any of you heard of this? Does this happen often?
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