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How many transferred more than 2?

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Never done this poll stuff before so bear with me!

 

Want to get information for my IP's about those who transferred more than 2? We may consider 3 frozen next time. Please let me kow all...Thanks

 

Sorry not sure where the options went!

 

They were up to 4 embryos and how many stuck around?

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We transferred four fresh and only have one baby, my first beta was low too!! My IM was 38 I believe at the time, just turned it. She had failed IUIs, one failed IVF, and a failed shared transfer with me, 3 in her 2 in me. So we pushed the limits and went w/4 knowing we would s/r if 3+ took, i am going to see Mason wednesday night!!!

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Transfer #1 - Fresh cycle, 2 blasts, delivered twins

Transfer #2 - Frozen cycle, 3-3 dayers, delivered one sweet girl.

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All fresh, all 3 dayers.

 

1st: transferred 2, excellent embies - 1 baby.

2nd: transferred 3, mediocre embies - got pg with 3, reduced to 2.

3rd: transferred 2, excellent embies - 1 baby.

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Transfer #1: Transferred 2 frozen blasts, pregnant with 2, only one developed, beautiful baby girl.

 

Transfer #2: Transferred 3 fresh 3-dayers, blighted ovum w/ one embryo.

 

Transfer #3 (same couple as #2): Transferred 4 fresh 3-dayers, pregnant with 2, only one developed, beautiful baby girl.

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transferred 3-3dayers all 3 took sacs formed but only one heartbeat she is 6wks old

 

with ben we did 2 3-dayers and only he stuck ;)

 

good luck

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With Clara's cycle, we transferred 2 fresh 3 day embies. Pregnancy started as twins but we lost one at 7-1/2 weeks.

 

The next 3 transfers, we only transferred 1 embryo. We had a blighted ovum and 2 negative cycles.

 

The final try, we transferred the 2 remaining embryos and Ila is now 2-1/2 months old.

 

I've never transferred more than 2, so I can't really help, but wanted to give you my "stats"! I really think it all depends on the quality of the embryos more than anything else. Just don't let anyone 'push' you in to something you're not completely comfortable with!

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fet transferred 3, delivered 1

fresh transferred 3, delivered 2

fet transferred 3, delivered 2

fresh transferred 3, prego with 2....

 

the other times i have transferred 1, 2, or 3 and didn't get prego (most times due to older IM issues). the times i did transfer 3 and get prego they were all excellent quality embies as well. :)

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I transferred 3 this last time- only because I was the 4th surrogate so we were hoping to increase the odds.

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Fresh transferred three 3-dayers, delivered one healthy baby girl.

 

RE recommended transferring all three (they were the only ones that survived) as two were "ok" and one was "poor". He felt very strongly that it was impossible for all three to take - he was right!

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I only transferred 2 and it was a failed transfer.

 

I have a friend who transferred 5 (1 FET and 4 Fresh) and her transfer failed too.

She had -

1 - 6 cell (Frozen)

1 - 5 cell

1 - 4 cell

2 - 2 cell

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well you know what I think!! I say throw all 5 of them in there!!! :rofl: if not then defiantly 3 or 4, for sure, this will be the 4th go around for you guys it is time to up the odds cause I know how tired you are getting!!

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With my GS - we transferred 2... one sac was empty and the other had twins in it. --- yes it was a 5 day transfer and a 1 in a million of that happening.

Had they survived they probably would have been simese twins.

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