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First frozen cycle questions

Postby Mloonete » Tue Aug 28, 2012 10:12 pm

I am on day two with estrogen patches and I have a killer headache and was wonder how long it takes for the patches to regulate? Anyone know the success rate of thawing out embryo...day 5.
Thanks susan
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Re: First frozen cycle questions

Postby blueeyedreamer » Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:23 am

It differs for each person. My headaches lasted a few days until I got used to it. I would get a headache each time I had to increase the number of patches. Good luck!

Are you asking about the success of thawing or the success of BFP?
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Re: First frozen cycle questions

Postby BRMommy2B » Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:19 pm

We thawed a Day 5 embryo and she will turn 2 on Friday ;) Best of luck!
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Re: First frozen cycle questions

Postby kynlee » Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:59 pm

I thawed 3 day 5 embies all of them made the thaw and I am now almost 12weeks pregnant with a singleton... best of luck :)
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Re: First frozen cycle questions

Postby sorcet » Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:57 am

The thaw rate depends on the lab and what kind of freeze method they use my lab still uses cryopreservation it's a slow freeze they have an 80-85% success rate. A vitrified emby I've heard 90-98% it also depends on the quality of the embryo the better the grade the better survival rate. Some research says 3 day embys freeze and thaw better who know ? Each clinic is totally different my clinics live birth rate for FET in my age group is 38% I think that's on the good side. Good luck to you !
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