Of the 12 eggs, 10 were mature, 6 of those fertilised, 4 kept growing. One (apparently the 'best looking' one)* was transferred, the other three, the clinic will try to freeze. We saw the one we transferred on the screen - it looked like this:
Two even little cells. Which may now be wandering around somewhere in my uterus - really, we have no idea, and we just have to get used to that state of uncertainty for the next two weeks. I think they are pretty magical little cells, even if they do something other than make a baby. Welcome aboard, tiny speck!
* We didn't really even toy with the idea of transfering more than one embryo. The higher risks of a twin pregnancy were something we really wanted to avoid, even if we quite liked the two-babies outcome.
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