FET egg quality questions
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kathyadam - July 2

Hi
I just had my last FET.
I am 38 and have been at this since 2001.
I had 6 embryos, 3 survived the thawing process.
They used assisted hatching.
They transferred the three good embryos, one was a 6 cell and the other were one cell embryos. I have never had a one cell embryo with all of the FETs that I have had previous. Should I be concerned about the one cell embryos?
Thanks for your reply!!
Kathy

 

B. Jacobs, M. D. - July 2

The one cell embryos are actually just fertilized eggs. By definition, an embryo has more than a single cell. Unless they were frozen the day after insemination, the one cell "embryos" arrested before they were frozen and are not any good. Besides, we have never transfered anything before day 3. Those embryos have 6 to 10 cells.
Good luck.

 

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