Re: New to this please help!May 9 2016 at 8:08 AM
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Response to New to this please help!
I would not worry too much about your numbers at this point. I would first concentrate on the thyroid issue and get past it. In the meantime, I would absolutely make an appointment with a fertility specialist. Do you have to have a referral? If not, I would look for people that are high FSH friendly in your area.
Were your numbers on day 3? If not, they aren't of much value. If so, they still aren't that bad and you can definitely work with them. I think your FSH is being driven down by elevated estrogen, but even so, you can work with them. I had success with an FSH 18 and then a second time with an FSH of 32 (taken 2 years before I became pregnant). For me, it was an uphill battle and took persistence but it all worked out. I would just get in to see a high FSH friendly RE once your thyroid is taken care of (I say make an appointment now b/c they are sometimes hard to get in to). You can post your location on this board and people can help you out.
I have found the antral follicle count to be more important than FSH and you really won't know this until you see a fertility specialist.
- success mentioned above - Houston on May 9, 2016, 8:09 AM
- Re: success mentioned above - Houston on May 9, 2016, 8:12 AM
- Thanks again - success mentioned - Ree on May 11, 2016, 8:15 PM
- Pregnancy mentioned - Ree on Sep 5, 2016, 7:37 PM