I wanted to share this story and also ask a question. So I have already gone through 2 failed IVF cycles that were suposedly "perfect",, well whatever, I am not pg. so not perfect to me! I always stay hopeful I know two women (they are my parents friends) who had children with IVF one was 40 when she conceived and I thought the other was around 43 , 44... Over Christmas I saw them and the kids and got to talking with the women I thought was not 43,44 she was 48 with a sussesful IVF, using her own eggs! Holy Crap, I said what the hell is wrong with me at 39? That leads me to the other question,,,,she told me she transferred at day 5, Blast Stage...so many ppl. do,,,why don't they ever let my embryo's go to blast??? Last time I had 4 grade A, 8 Cell that they transferred why could we not have waited to see if they moved on? She told me she only had two to transfer. It seems the pg. rate is better with blast transfer. Does anyone have any knowledge with this???????
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