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Old Jun 28th, 2017, 11:04 AM   1
HopeLoveWins
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5 is my lucky number


Just had a first consultation at a new clinic and they recommended batching embryos and PGS. We have a daughter from a FET from our first cycle of ICSI aged 35, and four failed fresh ICSI cycles in the last year and a half since, each of which only produced one embryo. Anyone had any experience of success after four failed cycles? Anyone had success with batching embryos even when only producing one/small numbers of embryos per cycle? I'm now 39 too, just to add to the equation...Anyone had successful IVF at almost/over 40?

I am hopeful we will get there and thankful, whatever happens, for our one miracle xx



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Old Jun 28th, 2017, 14:47 PM   2
Aleriya
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Hi HopeLoveWins

Good luck on cycle number 5! I hope you get a BFP. I am curious what are batch embryos?



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Old Jun 30th, 2017, 12:18 PM   3
HopeLoveWins
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They are going to stimulate and egg retrieval, make embryos then freeze them at D3 and then stimulate again and freeze again, over 2 or 3 cycles until they have a little batch of embryos that they are going to do PGD on and put the best embryo in. Thats how I understood it anyway.

I was feeling pretty hopeful after the consultation but have just sat down and read all my notes, and tried to summarise them one sheet of paper, and now I realise again that the odds aren't good. Still, I have got to be hopeful, thats all I can do.



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