First off I am so very sorry for your loss. I can't imagine how you must feel, but please know that you are in my thoughts. Even though it has been awhile since I have done infertility treatments, I still visit the board t read others stories and journeys. Our first fresh IVF attempt ended in m/c. I was an over the top responder and had quite a bit of embryos frozen. My husband and I decided to try on our own after our failed IVF, but had no success. We decided to do a frozen transfer. We thawed 6 embryos. 5 made the thaw and 4 divided. We did a three day transfer. One was greater than 8 cells, one was 8 cells, one was 6 cells, and one was not that great. Crazily enough we transferred all 4!! Yikes, I know. I think they did that b/c I had already had 2 previous m/cs and the likelyhood of all 4 taking was not that great. Well 3 did take much to my husbands and my surprise. You could have knocked me over w/ a feather. After we were very used to the idea of triplets, we lost one of the babies at around 12 weeks gestation. I was sad, but also knew it was for the best as I am very small and probably could never have carried triplets. As it turned out anyway, I had the twins 2 months early. Long story short, we have boy/girl twins that turned 4 in December that were the result of a frozen embryo transfer. Please do not give up hope. I would proceed w/ the frozen transfer when you feel ready. It is a much easier process too. Not as many shots and daily trips to the RE. Good Luck w/ whatever you decide and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.