4809. It was 1928 at the same point with my twins, both transfers only included one embryo. I don’t know what to think about this right now, but we will see what that all means at my next appointment. I’m a little shocked right now, and don’t have many words. Obviously, I am extremely happy to be pregnant! No doubt, I am up for whatever adventure this leads me on. I wouldn’t blink twice if it is twins again. I just didn’t think it would happen again. Statistically, I believe the odds of two consecutive sets of identical twins with single embryo transfers are extremely low, I’m seeing something like 1 in 70,000.
We moved to Dallas! And I have been on 4 interviews, and more to come. Still searching for the right home to purchase and living with in-laws at the moment, which has actually been nice. We are hopefully narrowing in on the right job and home this week, and I’m going back to Houston next Monday to close on the sale of our house, and probably an ultrasound at the fertility clinic. Will keep you posted!