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Single Emb Transfer thru ICSI

Postby gori » Fri Dec 21, 2007 10:41 pm

We transferred a single embryo through ICSI [no assisted hatching] and my HCG is at 1,250 on 14 dayspast3daytransfer. This is high. At 12dp3transfer, it was 675. Did anyone, who had a single embryo transfer through ICSI, ended up having twins? If yes, was it identical or fraternal twins? Also, does my HCG level indicate very high chances of twins?
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Postby cmoscar » Thu Dec 27, 2007 1:08 am

Congrats on joining the pregnancy ranks. Like you, I only had one embryo transfered and we had one baby. As for the numbers, they vary from person to person. Just enjoy the ride, if you are blessed with twins, enjoy it and if not, enjoy your angel too!
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Postby gori » Thu Dec 27, 2007 2:19 am

Thanks cmoscar - I am certainly excited about my pregnancy!! Just a bit nervous due to the risks asscoiacted with identical twins in one sac. If my embryo did split, I will probably have identical twins. Anyway, looking forward to my U/S on Jan 8. Congrats to you. Your baby is adorable!!
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Postby crasmus » Fri Dec 28, 2007 2:59 am

the numbers are just that... i know at this point it's hard to not look at them too hard... some times an embie impants quicker, hence a higher number... i know that the wait is killer... but try to enjoy, and do not worry yet about twins... just hope for the best!!!


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Postby gori » Sun Dec 30, 2007 3:13 am

Thanks Colleen! Great to hear from you again. I remember your cute chunkey monkey!! Will try to stay calm until my u/s :)
TTC 4+ yrs; male factor
7 IUIs BFN
3 IVFs - 2 unsuccessful; 1 m/c at 12 weeks
1st ICSI BFP!! Single Embryo Transfer
Beta 14dp3dt 1,250; Beta 21dp3dt 13,500
First u/s on Jan 8 - one cute heartbeat :)
IT'S A GIRL!!!
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Postby Tracii » Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:53 am

Gori - my numbers were super high with my daughter as well...and she is a real ball of energy. she hasn't stopped moving from day one..even inside my uterus she was a mover and shaker...I still have internal bruising from her kicks. Anyway enjoy...you have a very healthy baby!
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Postby gori » Wed Feb 27, 2008 2:51 am

Hi Traci, Crasmus, were you ever told of a high risk of Down syndrome? Looks like our worries do not end. I have posted a thread on that just now. I am thinking may be high HCGs are tied to getting a false +ve on Down syndrome. Any advise would be great! Thanks again!!!
TTC 4+ yrs; male factor
7 IUIs BFN
3 IVFs - 2 unsuccessful; 1 m/c at 12 weeks
1st ICSI BFP!! Single Embryo Transfer
Beta 14dp3dt 1,250; Beta 21dp3dt 13,500
First u/s on Jan 8 - one cute heartbeat :)
IT'S A GIRL!!!
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Postby crasmus » Wed Feb 27, 2008 7:19 pm

hi there... i can not tell you anything that is the same... i do know that there is a lot of false positives...

and hang in there, hopfully it will go by faster than you think... you'll be in our thoughts...

take care and keep up posted
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