Got the call this morning that I did NOT have to come in for a three day transfer. ALL 16 are still alive and thriving. I can't believe it. So, I am going to have my blastocyst transfer on Saturday morning. The embryologist said they look really good and she's confident there will be something left to freeze. I have never gotten this far before, so of course I am scared that they will all shrivel up and disappear. But, I have utter confidence in my embryologist. So, the waiting and praying continues. Grow little ones, grow!
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