I'm glad that you're on top of this now, while you're still so young (yes, 36 is still so young!). I wish you all the best! Are you sure that it's "your" issue and not your "DH's"? I say that because despite me being older (38) and having high FSH, it turns out that my DH had sperm issues (amazing since we conceived two kids easily). He took some vitamins the urologist recommended and voila, his sperm counts improved markedly. And we got pregnant the next month. So if you haven't already, be sure and have your DH checked out - there's a lot that can be done to improve things on their end! All the best to you - I have been on/off this board for a LONG time and have seen so many successes in situations like yours that I have nothing but hope for you.