Your FSH would barely be considered elevated at some clinics and labs. If you want a clear picture of ovarian function, Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) and antral follicle count (AFC) are also important measures.
Generally, all these measures tell you is that you have a lower chance per cycle. It doesn't mean you won't have a BFP eventually.
I'd check out the CDC's statistics to give you some idea of success rates. Just remember some clinics cherry pick their patients and won't treat the diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) ladies. (We call ourselves high FSH on this board, but a clinician would use the DOR term.)
Good luck! You still have a good chance via IVF or IUI of getting a BFP.