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09/12/2010

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Excellent post on the process of immature eggs, thanks for sharing.

Excellent insight into the process of immature eggs, thanks for sharing.

If a fertilized egg in an IVF clinic is developing for 3-4 days, but then becomes "degenerative" before reaching the blastocyst stage, does this term indicate that there is 100% certainty that the egg is not viable any longer, or is it simply a designation by the embryologist who has judged that the egg will "not likely" continue to be develop normally upon transfer?

Don't know if this largely explains why I have 2 huge functional cysts (one on each ovary 3.3 cm x 3.25 cm each) but the doc is fairly certain that I did ovulate...

This whole process is frustrating...

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