HELP! I have gone through two, 3 day donor transfers and still don't have a baby (after trying Clomid, IUI, my own eggs for IVF, etc).
Could those of you out there who have conceived and delivered a child over 40 with donor eggs, please let me know if you had a 3 day or 5 day transfer. It seems that everyone who is with child had 5 day transfers.
I am thinking that I may have to switch RE's...HELP!
I know that Mariana101's transfer was a 3 day : ) She just found out she is preggers. It was her first transfer.
I did 2 day transfers with my old RE (he wasn't too smart) and did actually get preggers the first time but m/c'd.
I can honestly say, that I started looking for, and found an RE that tries only to do 5 day blasts transfers. I don't know if that's important or not in the whole scheme of things.. but for me, it became an important factor.
I am thinking of you my friend! I know how frustrating this can all be. It's maddening!!!!
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