Two days after retrieval, we found out some astonishingly good news: in those 24 hours, an additional 6 eggs fertilized. We now have 21 out of 22 embryos that are trying their darndest to become babies.
Today, we found out that things are still going very, very well. According the the chart they gave us, today they would like to see 4-8 cells. The good news is that one embryo is now an 10-12 cell morula. The embryologist assures us that although this is unusual, it's actually a good thing. We have three 10-cell embyros with two graded good and one graded fair. In addition, we have five 8-cell embryos rated good, six 8-cells rated fair, three 7-cells rated fair and three 6-cells rated fair.
As far as I can tell, everybody is looking pretty good. The more cells the better, so we actually have 4 really dang good looking embryos and an additional 5 pretty dang good embryos. The remaining 12 are, I guess, just dang good looking embryos. I read somewhere that less than 4 cells today are a bad sign and everybody has more than that.
Although the embyrologist says the morula is fine, it worries me that it may be past its prime for transfer by Tuesday. I really hope not.
We'll see how things go. I'm thinking things look good. I just hope Mr. Morula doesn't peak too soon.