Thirteen eggs. Seven fertilised with ICSI. Five grown from day 2. Two blastocysts suitable for transfer. The two that made it to blast looked quite nice and I was feeling pretty happy, despite having nothing to freeze. But then one of the embryos was retained in the catheter after transfer, and after re-transfer, there was pinkish mucous in the catheter tip. Not a smooth transfer. I sobbed all the way home. I didn’t want anything to reduce the chances for this cycle. And I’ve tried so hard. Pills and potions and acupuncture and no drinking no sugar no coffee blah blah blah.
February 17, 2010
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