Friday, 24 October 2014
Of the 18 eggs, 13 were mature and 10 fertilized. I hope they make it to day 5!!! Nervously waiting for the day 2/3 instructions. We are having an Embryoscope done instead of PGS, so that will give a time lapse image of the embryos' development that the embryologist can use to see the speed that the embryos develop. It does not tell you how many chromosomes, but it is also a lot less expensive. Hopefully the Embryoscope will be useful in selecting the best embryo for transfer, either on day 3 or 5. DH joked that he wants to keep the DVD of this, and they said actually they do offer it for $50! Lol. Well, if it works, then we will buy the DVD.