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May 1st, 2011, 07:27 PM
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soooo....lissy has come to me and told me that she has a consult next week regarding a FET using her last three embryos. she thinks that she has 2 6-cell and one 4-cell. has anyone done a FET using either grade of embie and been successful? she is trying to see what her odds would be and then figuring the financial aspect of whether to do it or not. of course, the dr will talk to her about all this but i was curious, in advance. any input???
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May 1st, 2011, 10:00 PM
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FET's in general have a lower success rate than a fresh cycle. I think most FETs have an average success rate of 30%, less for poorer grade embies...but as well all know anything and everything can happen in IVF/FETs. Also since she got pregnant before with the same batch she should have a decent shot this time as well.
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May 2nd, 2011, 07:26 AM
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depends on the clinic. Each one has different success rates. Usually FET is MUCH more affordable than a fresh cycle. Without any insurance at my clinic it runs around $3,000 with a success rate of 53.8% for women under 35 with a blastocyst transfer of 2 embies (avg)
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May 2nd, 2011, 02:48 PM
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thanks gals. i will tell her to read this thread later tonight.

@melissa, she does not have insurance so $$ is a huge part in the decision. i do know that if this fails, then that is it for her. she does not want to do IVF again. plus there are health issues that she needs to deal with sooner than later.
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May 3rd, 2011, 07:33 AM
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FET's in general have a lower success rate than a fresh cycle. I think most FETs have an average success rate of 30%, less for poorer grade embies...but as well all know anything and everything can happen in IVF/FETs. Also since she got pregnant before with the same batch she should have a decent shot this time as well.
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