Now that we're inching our way through the month I realize that our new surrogate has possibly been chosen and the preliminaries are more than likely underway. This is good news. However now I begin to wonder and naturally worry about the..... what's a good word, chances, probabilities, odds, of our frozen embryos making it to survival?
My fresh embryo transfer went so smoothly. Now after 17 frozen embryos, three failed fet's and only 4 little snowflakes left, I'm wondering if being frozen lessens the viability to the point that they just won't survive. I thought with 3 miscarriages that it was just me. Then my last surrogate experience the exact same lost as I did. It starts with a low beta, (depressing) then a rise in beta, (estatic) then by day 15 a significant beta drop and then the baby is gone..... (deeply depressed).
Has anyone done any significant research on FET's. I've tried but have yet to find anything other than there have been succes stories. Even though they are few, is it all just a matter of what is meant to be will be? que sera sera
It also seems to me that if FET's were not viable the medical community would not consider it as an option. Would they?