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Number of Blastocyst to transfer

Postby happygolucky » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:38 am

Hi Everyone,
I am going to do a natural FET transfer next cycle.I have 6 blasts with grade ranging from 4AA to 4BC(2-4AA,2-4AB,1-4BB,1-4BC).
This is my 4th IVF cycle.My clinic only doea frozen embryo transfer as they have better results with that.
I am just wondering whether to transfer two 4AA blasts or just one.My RE says only one because in Japan they don't encourage more than one good blastocyst for anybody under 35 age(I m 33).As I have had multiple IVF failures(only one with chemical pregnany others BFN) I am just wondering if it wil be good to transfer 2.I am also a case of O-ve blood group.
Not sure if that will create any issue during my pregnany if at all that happens.
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Re: Number of Blastocyst to transfer

Postby Ghost » Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:01 pm

happygolucky wrote:Hi Everyone,
I am going to do a natural FET transfer next cycle.I have 6 blasts with grade ranging from 4AA to 4BC(2-4AA,2-4AB,1-4BB,1-4BC).
This is my 4th IVF cycle.My clinic only doea frozen embryo transfer as they have better results with that.
I am just wondering whether to transfer two 4AA blasts or just one.My RE says only one because in Japan they don't encourage more than one good blastocyst for anybody under 35 age(I m 33).As I have had multiple IVF failures(only one with chemical pregnany others BFN) I am just wondering if it wil be good to transfer 2.I am also a case of O-ve blood group.
Not sure if that will create any issue during my pregnany if at all that happens.


Transferring just one blastocyst is a great choice at your age, and in keeping with current ASRM guidelines.
Note: I am not an MD and not an expert.
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Re: Number of Blastocyst to transfer

Postby happygolucky » Fri Mar 28, 2014 12:13 am

Thanks Gosht for your suggestion.
I guess you are right.one good quality balstocyst should be good.
Anyways I am not that fond of twins.Guess cannot take that much pressure of having three kids at a time(one being my husband himself :D ).
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