This was the term that we used at summer camp to describe when a male and female counselor spent a lot of time together and we had a strict no fraternization policy. This is funny because I met my husband at this summer camp and we of course spent our fair share of time fraternizing. Anyway, for the past 24 hours, my eggs and his sperm have been fraternizing as well. Here's the update.
7 fertilized. The other 5 did not fertilize. She didn't say anything about how many eggs were mature or anything else.
Now, I just have to wait another 48 hours to find out if we are doing a 3-day or 5-day transfer. After so much action for the past 10 days, it's hard to wait...as some of my fellow bloggers have said, I just want my embabies safe and secure inside my uterus (with it's nice plump lining!!)
I'm a little disappointed that the number isn't higher, but it's our first try at this and it only takes 1.