Three of the four fertilized. The fourth egg was immature and couldn't be ICSI'd. The embryologist said 75% was typical; for once, we are typical.
I almost fainted when the phone rang with the news--head between knees while Jeff took the call.
I am trying to take your advice and not worry about the insurance situation yet. Yeah, me not worry. Right. It's a little like trying not to proofread--a conditioned response. What I am able to do is to not look quite straight at it, just letting it simmer off on some remote burner where I can watch it from the corner of one eye.
My right ovary was in a difficult position, and they had to move it externally to get its lone egg. Felt instead like they had removed it and replaced it with an orange-sized ball of hurt. A bit better today; I am upright as I type.
We'll know more Friday morning, when the embryos are removed from the vault and examined prior to transfer. If there are still embryos, of course.