I am looking for some advice as I feel like our clinic is unable to pinpoint what is wrong with us. I have PCOS and my husband has low sperm count so our only option, after 4 years of TTC and no BFP, was IVF with ICSI (or so we thought...)
First cycle last July resulted in the collection of 62 eggs (yes you read this right) but none but, to cut a long story short, despite a 50% fertilisation rate, only one made it to blastocyst (B/C grade) ready for transfer. It resulted in a BFN...
Second cycle (now) resulted in the collection of 32 eggs but yet again, despite 24 being fertilised, 7 made it to day 4 (2 pre-morula and 5 8-cell embryos) and we transferred the best one of the lot, hoping that the others would continue to develop and become eligible for freezing. Transfer happened on Friday and I received a phone call on Monday saying that none of the others made it...AGAIN!!!
So here I am, in the 2ww wondering whether there is any hope whatsoever for the one they transferred back. I mean, I know I should remain positive but, the outcome of so many eggs makes it difficult not to feel hopeless. Maybe it will be the 1/94 egg that survives but the odds are clearly against us...AGAIN!!!
So my question is, is there anybody here who knows of a clinic with good outcomes for PCOS patients? Is there anyone who managed to get a BFP despite losing all the other embryos? Is there anyone who can just have a kind word of encouragement or a success story to share that will give me the strength to keep on believing?
Thank you all for your support, it means a lot xxx