As promised, I am reporting on my cycle at RBA. To my shock frankly, it was a BFN. They thawed six eggs, two did not make the thaw and the four that were left were fertilized. All four made it to day 5 and I had a day 5 transfer of two great embies including one hatching blast. I had one embie frozen on day 5. The last embie did not make it. I had hoped and thought that at the very least I would get implantation as my last three own egg IVF's resulted in pregnancies. I have no idea how my old crappy eggs can implant but not that of a twenty-something year old. Especially a twice proven twenty-something year old. I even got eggs from the same batch that produced two pregnancies...one set of twins and one singleton. The only real issue I can see is that my transfer was not as smooth as I'm used to. My Dr. here is smooth and there has never been an issue. With this transfer they switched instruments at least twice and they were heated!! URGH!! I did not like it one bit but brushed it aside and hoped for the best. They did a mock transfer before hand but it was not on a guided u/s. Is taht normal? I have fibroids on the outside of my uterus and they were casting shadows and blocking the Dr.'s views. Then again, as I said above, my Dr here never had an issue and did something right becuase I almost always had implantation!! Of course, one never knows why things happen but RBA has a 70% success rate when putting back in two embies. I guess it just was not my turn.
Anyway, I will go back for my frostie later this year. Thanks for all of your well wishes and help over the past few months.