hello everyone.. so.. we have been given the option to enter the E-Freeze trial here in Aberdeen. For those of you that don't know anything about it in a nutshell it is as follows: If you are eligible then you have the option to freeze all viable embryos and wait 3-4 weeks for the drugs to get out your system and then they thaw one and you get it transferred rather than having a fresh embryo transfer at 3-5 days. I guess the purpose of the study is to see if it works better than the way they do it now. i believe there are a few hospitals/clinics doing it and Aberdeen is one of them and we are in the eligible category. I'm reaching out because i'm in two minds. my husband isn't too keen on it because the thawing process has a 90% success rate and the success rate at aberdeen for my age group is 28.9% with fresh eggs and 31.2% for frozen. his concern is if the best embryo is the one that doesn't survive the thaw that we may be doing ourselves a disservice by doing this trial. I can't stop thinking about that 2.3% increase in chances.. what are your thoughts.. help me out girls.