Hello ladies. I have been visiting this board for a while but this is my first time that I am writing. I am 39 years old and have been having ongoing problems with my fsh levels for the last 12months. My first blood test was done back in September of last year (as I did not have a period for 3 months)and fsh result came back at 85. Needless to say I was given the ivf drill by my doctor and as I didn't have a partner at the time I underwent a cycle of IVF hoping that I could get my eggs frozen. Unfortunately, I wasn't really prepared for IVF (mentally or physically) and first try was a complete dissapointment. I then took the Naturopathic route and starting taking specially formulated herbs and supplements. Within a month (December 2002) my fsh had dropped down to 56. Not the best result but better than the previous - my cycle also got back to normal for a while, so that was another positive happening to me. I recently had another blood test and my FSH has dropped down to 17. I am so excited by this because all my efforts are somewhat paying off. I have only recently met someone wonderful but don't want to 'scare' him off with 'baby talk'. I am still taking my herbs and supplements and hope to further lower my fsh. My question is, is it still possible to get pregnant naturally if I have previously had a very high fsh count? IVF was a traumatic experience for me and I have this hope in me that I can still have a child naturally even if now isn't the right time as the relationship is so new. If someone could enlighten me I would be most appreciative. Many thanks and blessings to all of you.