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Postby tonyacheek24 » Wed Aug 12, 2009 8:50 pm

Hello Everyone- It's been three years since I have been on this infertility board. I was blessed to have a BFP on 12/30/2006. My daugther is now 3 years old and we are ready to have another baby. I have two frozen embies in the freezer hopefully, and was wondering what are the success rates of transferrring two embryo's if they survive the thaw as opposed to fresh cycles. If I'm not mistaken, I don't think insurance pays for frozen. My first question is. Do you think it's easier to get pregnat if you have already had a successful pregnacy through IVF?

Second Question, Would you recommend a fresh cycle over a frozen, or do you think it matters?

For those of you who went through the enitre IVF process, I think with the frozen embies you can bypass alot of the shots, if I'm not mistaken. Any advice or sucess stories would be greatly appreciated.
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