None of the eggs inseminated with donor sperm fertilzied noramlly. It seems in the distribution of the eggs, the donor got all the duds, and husband got the good ones. We're both a little annoyed about this, but it is also sort of romantic. However, the first person who commetns that "It was meant be" get's fifty lashes with a wet noodle. Biology people; we are dealing with biology.
Of the 7 dedicated to Husband's sperm, 6 fertilized normally. Dr Calm was circumspect and reminded me that I'd had blastocysts in cycles where we'd only had 8 fertilize normally, so, there is still hope.
Let's just hope that the sperm who made it were the ones with their genes in all the right places.
**Did I mention that I was worried my wiggly right ovary had gone rouge? We went and saw Dr Calm who found the ovary nicely tucked behind my uterus, with good blood flow, but with a lot of fluid (possibly blood) pooled up near it. Ugh. So more and more bed rest for me. She did a blood count to see if I was anemic from it. Oy. I'm pretty relieved to not have another Laparoscopic ovary relocation in my immediate future.
We'll get an additonal report on the stupifying six tomorrow. Hopefully they won't all make a suicide pact and off themselves!