My wife and I were supposed to go in for an embryo transfer today, after having gone through the whole IVF cycle of drugs, injections, egg collection (which was last week), fertilisation and then the wait to see how many would grow to a usable stage. Well, they got 12 eggs. Fantastic result. 11 of those fertilised. 8 of those were still alive and growing the next day. This would normally be considered an extremely positive result, because even if a couple of the embyros failed in the 5 day growth phase, we'd still have 1 to transfer and a few left over for future attempts. Fast forward to this morning. We had an appointment booked for 11:30 for the transfer. However, at about 8 o'clock this morning we received a phone call to say that none of the embryos had grown past 3 or 4 cells and that none were suitable for transfer. Has anyone else here been through this process? Or had failures then success? I need to know if there's hope out there for us. This whole process has been playing havoc with my emotions and I can't tell you how many times I've swung from hopeful to depressed and back again. My wife has an amazing support forum that's all about mums and pregnancy and child raising etc which has been great for her, but I haven't been able to find anything like it out there for the men in these situations. Is there anyone out there?