Question about my embryos
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Dr Smith - June 13

Sorry for the delay. I must have missed your post. Anyway, better late than never.

The transfer itself (if performed correctly) is not traumatic to the embryos, so their post-transfer viability is not directly related to the transfer. If the embryos are transferred on Day 3, approximately half will die off before reaching the developmental stage where they can implant (blastocyst stage). The implantation rate (implantation per embryo transferred) for Day 3 embryos is about 25%. If the embryos are transferred at the blastocyst stage, they are capable of implantation immediately. However, not all blastocyst stage embryos attach to the endometrium and implant. The implantation rate for blastocyst stage embryos is about 50% (because fewer die off after transfer).

As far as your physical symptoms, I'm not really qualified to interpret them (I'm not a physician). However, I will say this. Because you are taking a variety of horomones and other medications, you can't trust any of you body's sensations. They could mean anything.

 

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