Thank you all so much for your support! I don't know much about the original clinic's freezing rates but the lab directors of both clinics have been in contact so I'm hoping that my clinic will know exactly what to do when the time comes.
And you're all right - I have no control. It stinks!
Here's what I *think* I know about the batch:
2003 - Using an egg donor, original recipient transferred two fresh, ended up with take-home baby twins. Nine were frozen and donated to donor recipient.
2006 - Donor recipient thawed four of the nine, two made it, one implanted resulting in a live birth of a singleton.
Five donated to me and here we are.
I'm hoping the history means good things. I'm trying to tell myself that the ones that made it to transfer had a 75% live birth rate. I wish I could turn my worry off like a faucet, but it's getting harder and harder each day that gets closer to transfer which I realized is in exactly two weeks. Holy cow. Cue panic.
I don't know what I'd do without you ladies talking me off my ledge sometimes!