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Old Sep 14th, 2017, 11:22 AM   1
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Old Sep 14th, 2017, 21:22 PM   2
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Bump? Anyone at all have experience with high fsh?



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Old Sep 15th, 2017, 10:01 AM   3
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I am 31 and I have a ten year old. I just met with my RE for high FHS and low AMH.... this means I have low egg reserve. For some reason, I am not making enough eggs so getting pregnant may never happen again for me. He recommend IVF. Good luck!



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Old Nov 7th, 2017, 20:49 PM   4
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My FSH level was actually a little higher than yours at 12.9 when I was 30, and we just got pregnant with number 3 with one "try" so you are definitely not doomed. A little background on my fertility - I got pregnant with my first at 27 with about 2 tries. After him, we NTNP and got pregnant again after what would be equal to two attempts. Unfortunately, that one ended in a miscarriage and D&C. After trying everything we could thing of for a year, we finally went to a specialist and learned my FSH was high. After reading online, I was convinced even IVF would be a long shot. Turns out I got pregnant my first cycle after the test to check my tubes. I'm convinced they were somewhat blocked from the D&C. Anyways, we are on to #3 after not being very "careful" (and being convinced I wasn't very fertile).

Was your AMH normal? I think it's a little different if that's also low. My AMH was still within normal limits at that time.

I would be more concerned with fixing your luteal phase as it would be very difficult to get pregnant with that short of a phase. If you are still breastfeeding that could definitely be shortening it.

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Old Nov 8th, 2017, 00:54 AM   5
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My FSH level was actually a little higher than yours at 12.9 when I was 30, and we just got pregnant with number 3 with one "try" so you are definitely not doomed. A little background on my fertility - I got pregnant with my first at 27 with about 2 tries. After him, we NTNP and got pregnant again after what would be equal to two attempts. Unfortunately, that one ended in a miscarriage and D&C. After trying everything we could thing of for a year, we finally went to a specialist and learned my FSH was high. After reading online, I was convinced even IVF would be a long shot. Turns out I got pregnant my first cycle after the test to check my tubes. I'm convinced they were somewhat blocked from the D&C. Anyways, we are on to #3 after not being very "careful" (and being convinced I wasn't very fertile).

Was your AMH normal? I think it's a little different if that's also low. My AMH was still within normal limits at that time.

I would be more concerned with fixing your luteal phase as it would be very difficult to get pregnant with that short of a phase. If you are still breastfeeding that could definitely be shortening it.

Good luck!
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Old Nov 12th, 2017, 10:38 AM   6
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Good luck to you!



 
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