It has been absolutely heartbreaking to hear so much sad news on here over the last few days - I am thinking of you all.
After some initial hiccups (i.e. Being told I had a polyp and they had to cancel my cycle - then being told it was all a mistake and there is no polyp) things are going well, so far.
Egg collection on Tuesday went well and I had a call this morning to say we still have quite a few good embryos so will have a 5-day transfer Sunday. I know how quickly things can change, so am trying not to get my hopes up. I'm just glad we have managed to get this far.
I'm still feeling a little bloated and sore following EC but nothing too bad. The worst is the mental gymnastics - the jumping and twisting in my head which goes something like this: "yay, we might be pregnant soon. No - don't get your hopes up. It could go horribly wrong. What if it doesn't work or it does and I miscarry, how would I cope. But what if it does work - how amazing. No, don't get your hopes up". It is exhausting! Hopefully some of the apps you lovely ladies have recommended will help.
We may also have a decision as to whether to transfer one or two on Sunday. I don't believe our clinic forces you to only have one (although they certainly put pressure on you to only transfer one). We have no idea what to do. From the HFEA website it appears that in my age group (I'm about to turn 36) at my clinic the live birth rate per embryo is 30% and the live birth rate per cycle 50%. 40% of people have 2 embryos transferred, 40% eSET and 20% only have one to transfer. But then all the risks with two sound quite scary. And I'm only very petite too... (not sure whether that makes a difference or not).