Frozen Blastocyst transfer after two failed IVF/ICSI but prior pregnancy
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Samanthaptkdsam - April 23

What are my chances with frozen blastocyst transfer? I have a 12 month old from my first IVF 2 years ago, but recently had two failed fresh IVF's transferring Day 3 embryos.

I was lucky that my clinic was able to freeze 4 Blastocysts two rated "great" and two rated "good." Unfortunately, my clinic has only done 15 transfers of two thawed Blastocysts each but so far they have a 50% success rate. They are giving me a 30% chance as I am almost 38. My doctor does not recommend testing for immunity issues as I had a recent success with a full term healthy birth with my first IVF/ICSI.

Does it help my chances that I got pregant on my first IVF even though I just failed two fresh IVF's with ICSI?

Samantha

 

BArry Jacobs, M> D. - April 23

The potential for a pregnancy with a frozen embryo transfer is very clinic dependent. You have to use the statistics for the program you are using. There have been a number of studies documenting that immunology studies in IVF are not helpful, unless the couple has a history of recurrent pregnancy loss.
Good luck.

 

Samanthaptkdsam - April 23

Thanks so much for the response. Does it help my chances that I got pregnant on my first IVF?



Samantha

 

Barry Jacobs, M. D. - April 24

I have not seen any data with regards to success after previous IVF pregnancy.
Good luck.

 

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