Before the transfer Dr. A met with Ben and I and said that we had 8 great embabies and 6 ok embabies. We decided to transfer the best 2 embabies. Per Dr. A, at my age (29) 2 is the recommended amount to transfer. I am fine with this number and had planned on putting 2 in all along. Ben agreed.
Dr. A proceeded to say that out of his last cycle, 5 patients that were 29 were pregnant with twins now. I do not know out of how many. However, I say challenge accepted. My brother has twins (clomid) and he can do it, so can't I. Granted my brother has mom/MIL that live within 5 minutes whereas our parents both live 11 hours away. I still have faith in us!
The transfer went so well I told Ben afterwards that I do not think the doctor did anything. It was so simple, painless, and quick that I really did not do anything. It was awesome! Best part yet!
I wasn't prescribed valium like others have been and I really did not need it. I was anxious but completely fine. I expected it to be a little difficult. The doctor that did my IUI would have trouble opening my cervix but not Dr. A (A for Awesome!)
The lab should be calling daily to let us know how the remaining embabies are growing and when they will be able to freeze. I am expecting around 6 or 7!
I checked my recent CPA grade. I PASSED!!! I am now 75% done with my CPA! I have one more test on regulations/taxation and then I am done. The end is near! I hope to take the exam some time early May. I am just not sure when yet.
In regards to my last post, I am still bloated beyond belief and uncomfortable. But I have decided it is more related to constipation than OHSS. Dr. A stated it was normal with the meds I am on and the anaesthesia and to add fiber to my diet. Done!
Lab just called. We were only able to freeze 3 embabies. So much for my 6 or 7... but 3 frozen embabies is still great and I am still happy!