Hi, i had my retrieval on sat. Got 12 eggs. 8 fertilized and now my dr told me they are dividing nicely but he graded my eggs and they are all AB and B grade. I am very nervous. Did any of you get pregnant with these type of graded eggs? Dr said he doesn't recommend PGD since this is my first IVF. Had i done this before and didn't get pregnant with this grade - he would recommend it. he also recommended still moving forward with Day 5 transfer based on how eggs are dividing. I guess that is good news... but the grading has me nuts.
On my first IVF we trasnferred a 3BB and a 4BB blast. I got pregnant with my son who is 19 months now. On the same token many women with Grade A blasts dont get pregnant, so dont drive yourself nuts over the grading. Good luck.
I had my 5 day transfer on May 3rd. We had a 2 blastocysts- grade 4AA and 3AB. The embryoloigst was very happy with that and said we really couldn't have done better.
We are very early pregnant! US on Friday. Hopefully, I'll have good news! I know I will! Positive thinking! ;)
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