We waited all day long for THE phone call, little did I know that they don’t usually start calling until between 3pm and 5 pm. I was mostly eerily calm… but by 3:50, I was getting a bit impatient. Come on already. Give me a report!!!
All day I was wondering if we’d be doing a happy dance for three embryos, happy for two embryos, relieved for one embryo, or sad for none.
My secret FB ladies were impatiently waiting. My friend Jo was impatiently waiting. My dear friend Jane Allen was impatiently waiting. All. Day. Long.
So I finally called at 3:51pm. The nurse said they barely started calling people. But she was willing to give me the results.
So here are the results:
One four-celled grade one
One three-celled grade one
and One two-celled grade two
Praise the Lord!! We have three embryos still growing!
The nurse said the four-celled grade one is where it should be. The two other ones are a little behind.
And I said, well, the best I have gotten ever in the previous cycles were two-celled grade one on day two. I will take ANYTHING that is better that what I had before.
They all go into the freezer.
I am grinning from ear to ear and was doing a happy dance.
I know this is a day two freeze. I know that they could still change in the future. But people get pregnant with day two transfers. My dear friend RR is an excellent example. She is a happy parent of a very cute little girl. Result of a day two transfer.
In God, nothing is impossible. Just like what my hubby said on my birthday. Life is full of possibilities.
So, let me introduce again: Felicity, Gabriel, and Harriet. They are all going to be paused in time and hang out in the freezer. 🙂