Found out yesterday that none of the other three embryos made it to freezing. I then spent an hour lamenting the fact that (in my funk) that means none of the three we transferred made it. Talk to JD (my new blog name for husband), who is also sad. He points out we had no intention of pursuing another FET so maybe God is just being kind and saving us from deciding what to do with them. Humph. Then he calls our RE, who says it has no bearing on whether we'll get pregnant or not.
Apparently 50% of cycles have something to freeze, period. No matter whether they are successful or not. He says firmly there is no correlation, that essentially we selected the best embryos to transfer and so left the worst and that makes it difficult to ever figure out what it all means. He does say if you get pregnant on a cycle that also provided frozen embryos then a subsequent FET is more likely to be successful. Also agrees with JD that these are the best embryos we've ever produced. This is mildly comforting to me.
I move on to lament a complete and utter lack of pregnancy symptoms. I know, I know. Still.
I go to Costco and buy a 4 pack of HPTs. I try to figure out when I can POAS with any degree of accuracy. Also try and figure out what day PO I am. Do you count the ER day as Day 1? Who the hell knows (if you know, please tell me).
I haven't done it yet. But I want to.
On the upside I did find a very cute new top at TJMaxx...it's rather blousey (sp?), may work as an early maternity top.