It all comes down to this. Months of waiting. Weeks of preparing. Nights of injections. Countless mornings waking early to an annoying alarm to rush to the office for an ultrasound and blood draw. Hours of waiting for this day to arrive. Minutes waiting for a full bladder. Seconds until it finally happens. And it all comes down to this.
A faint beeping noise grows louder as the isolette holding a culture dish with tiny drops of media that house your embryo, barely the width of a hair in diameter, approaches.
The embryo transfer is the culmination of a tremendous amount of