I finally got a call yesterday afternoon about the status of our embies. We still had three, and they gave us the option of coming in last night for the transfer, or waiting till tonight (Dr. Q has jury duty during the day. *teehee*). So we just decided to go for it and get the little guys in a natural environment as quickly as possible. The two that we transferred were both early blasts yesterday, which means that the cells were clumping together and splitting so that there are too many cells to count. :) The embryologist said that they are really, really good quality which we are totally stoked about. We actually got the ultrasound view of the transfer on video. :) It's kind of hard to see, and very fast, but I think it's cool anyway. My uterus is in the lower, mid-right portion of the screen and the little white dot is the embryos-
And here's their first close up shot! You can see that the one on the right is a bit further along in development. The cells are much less distinct than the circles that compose the one on the left.
And this is us, post transfer, being dorks in our room. And a little bit about the third embryo. My memory card filled up before I was able to finish, so I'll have to do that in writing. lol.
The third embryo is still in good condition, but a little behind in growth. I'm going to get a status update on that one today and tomorrow to see if it's continue to split. We're hoping that it reaches the blast stage by tomorrow so that we can freeze it for a future transfer. :)
That's all for now! Please keep praying for the five of us! :)