The Percent Game.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

  • We have one frozen embryo. (which means 95% of the egglets we took out didn't make it to day 5)
  • On a scale of 1 to 100 our doctor gave our little guy a 95 %. (this is really really good)
  • It has less than 5% fragmentation. (less than 25% is good.)
  • It has an 80% chance of surviving the freeze. (possibly higher due the high quality)
  • There is a 60% chance that the embryo will implant resulting in pregnancy. (pray)
  • I 100% really, really, really, really, really want this to work. (just throwing that out into the universe.)
Right now we are playing the waiting game, and in my head I keep playing the percent game. It looks like our transfer will take place near the end of March so until then there is nothing to do but run the numbers and keep the hope alive.

(Photo Credit: From Here)


Jodi said...

Do they know why hardly any made it? I am just curious I know eggs are good quality for women as young as yourself. It only takes one fingers crossed for you-or maybe you are meant to go for another cycle in which you can freeze some for #3...Are you going to try acupuncture?

Joanna said...

Will acupuncture help your odds?
Good luck!

Anonymous said...

that seems odd to only get one decent fertilised at your age and with your past history of having a baby naturally. I would be looking at other clinics as my husband who is an IVF specialist gets a lot more fertilised than that in your age group. Maybe that's why his clinic gets people from overseas coming to it plus IVF is way cheaper in Australia