freeze report

They froze one blast for us. The others arrested at the multi-cell stage. I know nothing about quality, other than my clinic only freezes average or better quality blasts.

I’m thrilled. But I also know after doing this a couple of times that it doesn’t matter that much. What matters is if the embryos they transferred are still dividing, implanting, living.

I’m 7dp3dt, no symptoms, no testing, nada. Hoping, hoping, hoping.

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~ by Larisa on March 12, 2007.

11 Responses to “freeze report”

  1. Hiya–came over from the town criers recent post–I am hoping hoping hoping for you that there is good news to come! Come visit us sometime…=)

  2. I hope the time flies for you so that you don’t go insane during this wait.

  3. A blast in the freezer represents a chance, so that’s great.

    I’m hoping you won’t be needing to think about that chance for a while to come.

    Symptoms are optional. 🙂

  4. I’m so glad the one made it to freeze. I’m so glad you are still hoping, hoping, hoping. There’s a lot to hope for at this point, and no evidence that you should do otherwise. So hope away.
    In the meantime, I’ll try to talk Friday into picking up the pace a little bit.

  5. Wish I had a fast forward button for you. But in the meantime I’m crossing my fingers and waiting for more good news!

  6. hoping…hoping…hoping for you as well!

  7. Symptoms, schmymptoms! Just remember: you put the best of the best in YOU, and the fact that one of the ones that didn’t make the cut was good enough for freezing is a very promising sign!

    Hope, you elusive little strumpet, you better treat my friend right this time. Enough messin’ around.

    Hugs to you, Mrs. Hope.
    🙂
    -D.

  8. Still hanging in there with you, sweetie.

  9. Hoping for you too, hon – one blast in the freezer is good news – as lut said, another chance.

    But hopefully you won’t need it.

    I have everything crossed for you!

  10. I’m hoping for you too!

  11. Fingers crossed for you!

    Also, thank you for your kind words on my last post.

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