Well I am back home safe and sound on the couch with the laptop. There was good and bad news from the transfer, but everything with the little embryos looks great! (which is by far the most important part!) We transferred in two Grade AA (highest grade) embryos. While we were there , there were already four that had "blasted" and were ready to be frozen. There were seven more that were looking good and that they would freeze tomorrow as long as they blast. They said they don't expect them all to, but that there should be more to freeze tomorrow!
The rough part of the day was the fact that Doc could not get the catheter past my cervix. Like couldn't do it. Would not go. He said it was because of the progesterone I was on, along with my enlarged ovaries. He fought with it for a long time (very painful) and then had to use the clamp (yeah, it was as unpleasant as it sounds.) They assured me that this would have absolutely no effect on the embryos or the IVF. The embryos were still in their little incubator during the entire wait and he said once they got into my uterus, it would be just like any other IVF.
Since I have been home I have not been feeling great. I got up from bed to use the bathroom and there was a surprising amount of blood. I called the doc and the said to call them back and let them know if i am still bleeding in an hour. They said the blood was from the clamp on my cervix and not from my uterus. That the embryos were fine, and most likely I was just bleeding as I was laying down, and it all pooled and came out at once. They said not to worry...like that is remotely possible. Still, I trust them and what they are saying makes since. The clamp hurt like hell and I would not be surprised for it to lead to some bleeding. Still, this is not what I expected, and so I am just a little shaken. It will be a long wait to next Thursday for the test!