Had our appt yesterday and it went really well. I have a very good feeling about the doctor. She's very young, but has all the credentials and her stats are excellent.
One concern was that her twin rate was very high (thus the good stats I suspect). But she was completely supportive of an elective single embryo transfer. She told us all about the embryologists on staff, their credentials, experience and skills....all very encouraging. They do 3-day and 5-day transfers, depending on the situation - mine will most likely be 5-day. They do ICSI and non-ICSI, depending. And when I asked about genetic testing, they offer it, but she seemed to discourage it, unless there's something specific to look for - not in our case. She said it's not always accurate, taking one cell could be damaging, they just don't know. And it's been her experience that not as many of those transfers survive. She acknowledged there's conflicting data out there. Interesting!
She's already got us down for a mid-December harvest/transfer, but that's assuming I start my period in the next week. I'm usually like clockwork, but I was very sick in October, which could push it back - it's happened before, a 3 week delay. If that's the case, I guess we'll go for January.
Feeling really good about it at this point