Tomorrow, Friday, I have my "pre-operative" appointment to see whether my uterine lining has developed appropriately. If it has, and if I'm free of cysts, then they'll thaw out five embryos (frozen at day one) and see if they (the embryos) can get themselves to the blastocyst stage in style. If not, they'll try to thaw my favorite child, the grade 4AA expanding blastocyst that was frozen in the last cycle. They didn't transfer that one the last time because they thought it was growing too fast at day three and would likely arrest. Au contraire, it said to them, and brandished an epee.
It is a bit discouraging, of course, that the one high-quality blast that I've produced out of 15 embryos cultured (so far) may never get transferred. Anyway, we requested to transfer two blasts if we have that many. Caution, I toss thee to the wind as if thou were a copy of Us that I had already read!
But I'm getting ahead of myself. I've had menstrual-like cramps the past two days, which makes me wonder what's going on in my uterus, other than a pervasive nihilism. Have any of you FET pioneers experienced the same?