Wednesday, November 26, 2003
Of the three, one is looking strong, at just before the blastocyst stage; a second is clumping, but not as far along as the first one; and the third one is lagging a little bit. But all three passed the 10-chromosome defect tests. There is a chance that there could be a defect in one of the 17 chromosomes not tested, or any or all might decide to stop growing for any of a million reasons. (It is very, very unlikely for all three embryos to take.)
So that's the deal. The acupuncturist stopped by this afternoon for a post-transfer treatment, and she said the changes in Evelin's pulses feel good, so that is a nice, positive sign ...
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