We received confirmation, from blood work, that our transfer didn't work.
It’s 2 a.m. and it’s closer to day seven than day six. I am devastated! It’s still negative on the pregnancy tests. The odds are not in my favour. The majority of women have their positives by now.
I test in the morning and I’m expecting the pregnancy test to show two lines, revealing that I’m pregnant. No, it’s blank. If I put on my rose coloured glasses, there may be a second line trying to appear.
We had our transfer and it all went to plan, except for some speculum-induced pain that I wasn’t expecting. The embryo thawed well and my lining was over 10 mm.
We got our day three update and it couldn’t have been any better. Eight of eight embryos survived. This was amazing.
I responded! Too well! I have 12 follicles all measuring around 10 mm, except for one at 12 mm. This isn’t ideal for triggering ovulation, as it’s best to avoid the possibility of multiple pregnancies. The doctor phoned to discuss our options and he gave us three choices.