My fsh levels aren't quite as high as yours. Mine were 14. However i was 29 at the time i found out about them. I also have night sweats, but attributed them to lymes or anything else... never really my fertility.
I had my son at 27. Got pregnant 2nd cycle with him. So when we started trying for #2, it never occurred to me that something could be wrong.
Long story short- had blood work done and FSH came back at 14. Went to an RE immediately. Did lots more testing. My insurance wouldn't cover IVF until august so we were just going to continue to monitor my cycles and try clomid until then.
I got pregnant on my 1st round of clomid. I am now 23 weeks along with #2.
I know it's hard not to freak out and to start searching endlessly through the internet. But you have to take it one step at a time. One test at a time. Find an RE specialist who doesn't see your FSH as a problem. Mine never mentioned donor eggs, he never said we couldn't do IUI's or IVF if i wanted and he always treated every month as if this was THE month for me.
Luckily for me, it didn't take long at all. We were only on month 6 of trying. We got VERY lucky. I was shocked that clomid worked.
So don't give up hope. It can happen!!!!! One day at a time.