Hello, I am a 29 yr old with PCOS, considering a FET after a failed fresh cycle. My RE thinks that the cycle will be successful, but he was also certain about the 1st cycle. What are my odds? Other than PCOS plus a little extra weight I am i'm healtly.

The good news is that as a

The good news is that as a women with PCOS gets closer to her 30s, her fertility increases.

The problem with IVF is that even the best odds are 50/50, so your RE could have been right and everything looked great. Unfortunately, it just didn't work. That being said, frozen embryo transfers are often very successful and PCOS should not be a factor at all in the success rate.

I don't know your exact odds, but FET is far less expensive than a fresh cycle and if your RE feels good about moving forward and you and your partner feel good about it, then full speed ahead! Good luck!


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