We’re definitely going to proceed with Mia’s eggs one last time before moving on to donor egg. Mia’s previous doctors ran tests to determine the cause of her recurrent miscarriages and though the tests were somewhat inconclusive at best, they diagnosed her with an immunological incompatibility and said it was unlikely that she would ever sustain a pregnancy. Dr. Sleepy wants to run his own panel of tests, as he believes that A.) the cause for the recurrent miscarriages has been poor egg quality and B.) if she does have an immunological issue, he can treat it. If the results come back negative for the most common causes of recurrent m/c, then we will proceed with a dual transfer to increase the likelihood of success.
May will be a tight squeeze but by my calculations it is possible. We’re definitely going for a July transfer if we miss May.
Question for the blogosphere: I know that one of the tests he’ll run is the antiphospholipid antibody test, but what other tests might he run and how long does it generally take to get the results back from those tests?