Okay.....got the fert report this morning:
12 eggs retrieved, 9 mature and fertilized and, as of this afternoon, 5 made it through the first round.
All in all, not too shabby for someone who's on the last 9 weeks of their thirties. Do I wish there were more? Sure, but perhaps in all of this that's a bit of a greedy thought-I keep thinking of that woman in the bed next to me who only had one retrieved-what's there to say that it was mature or able to be fertilized? Believe me.....I'm counting my blessings.
So....here's the game plan (as it's been explained to me):
They'll call me tomorrow in the afternoon to let me know how they're doing, and when the biopsies will be done. Depending on their status, the biopsy could be done on day 3 (Tuesday) with a transfer on day 4 (Wednesday). If they feel that they can make it to day 5 (Thursday), they will biopsy them then and freeze the normals for a FET next month-apparently they do this because, even though the company that does the testing is in the same town as BIC, they aren't guaranteed to get the results back in time for a day 6 transfer. Hey, whatevs-I'm just going to go with the process. Whether they do it this cycle or the next, it doesn't matter-what DOES matter is that they're normal, healthy embryos.
Hopefully we'll get two or even three out of this. Even though I am actually chill about this at this point in time, any good thoughts/prayers/white voodoo/offerings to the Flying Spaghetti Monster would be appreciated.
More (hopefully) later.
Got the call today-they're going to do the biopsy tomorrow, with transfer set for Wednesday at 1:15pm. Worse case scenario (which I think you can figure out), they'll call us Wednesday morning.
Here we go!