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    FET with expanded blast

    Hello

    I have done 2 FET of Hatching blasts this year - both resulted in mc. Next I did a new cycle and FET of a grade BB expanded blast which did not result in pregnancy All were fully normal pgd day 5 tested.

    I found out a month later I have a uterine infection which Dr says could have caused my issues/losses. I am treating this before doing another transfer.

    I have one expanded grade BB blast left. It's fully tested and normal. I'm 34 with no known fertility problem. Is there a chance this one embryo could take or is expanded BB bad quality wise? What are my odds of this sticking? I'm feeling down because my last BB expanded from this cycle did not result in pregnancy and this is my last shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefaithson View Post
    Hello

    I have done 2 FET of Hatching blasts this year - both resulted in mc. Next I did a new cycle and FET of a grade BB expanded blast which did not result in pregnancy All were fully normal pgd day 5 tested.

    I found out a month later I have a uterine infection which Dr says could have caused my issues/losses. I am treating this before doing another transfer.

    I have one expanded grade BB blast left. It's fully tested and normal. I'm 34 with no known fertility problem. Is there a chance this one embryo could take or is expanded BB bad quality wise? What are my odds of this sticking? I'm feeling down because my last BB expanded from this cycle did not result in pregnancy and this is my last shot.
    Hi Hopefaithson,
    A BB expanded blastocyst is a good quality embryo- especially if you know it is chromosomally normal. I don't know how to calculate the "odds of it sticking" but it is safe to say I would remain hopeful for this embryo. Good Luck!!Carole

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    Thanks so much for your response
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