So I met with my fertility consultant yesterday. As always they don’t know why things didn’t work. My blastocyst was the best quality you can get and should have worked. He said things don’t always work as expected and he’s seen the best embryos fail and the worst ones make it.
On the plus side they will do some investigations on the nhs. They will use a camera (sorry I can remember the real name for this) to look at my womb and if needed remove my fibroid again. The fibroid is so small he doesn’t think it is effecting implantation but will look at it just in case.
He also suggested further tests on natural killer cells. All my blood tests came back fine however Coventry uni is doing extra research and I can put myself forward for this. I have to pay £360 but the results are more accurate than the blood test apparently.
I can also be given blood thining medication. Again my blood tests were normal but my consultant said it would hurt if I had blood thining medication anyway.
The main thing he advised was to spend time recovering and not to to rush into any decisions.
Right now my brain needs to process everything. I have four blastocysts in the freezer and they are of good quality (not as good as the last one but not bad either). I have options and things to consider. All I can do is hope.