and 38 when we moved to DE. We live in Germany, which seemed to put a major hurdle in our path, since DE is illegal here. (So is surragacy and even PGD testing on embryos.) But after a while of wandering around shell-shocked, we found out that DE IVF is affordable in the Czech Republic, so we could travel there.
The next hurdle was that there is ONE doctor in Germany who practices reproductive immunology. I had to (literally) argue loudly with my RE, who IS on my side and WANTS to help, but can be somewhat stubborn. (Remember, since DE is illegal here, he is sticking his neck out helping women prepare for the cycles abroad. No doctor has ever been arrested for this, but it is walking the fence a bit, and they don't make any real money doing the lining checks and prescribing meds. The real money goes to the clinics actually doing the IVF abroad.)
It was a financial drain but the hardest part towards the end was finding the time to go there. We started leaving DH's sperm so I could travel alone after a while and I didn't have to stay as long. Some years, we didn't get any other vacation except the dreary, nervous sitting in the hotel room waiting for the next appointment one.
I was 44 when we found success, older than I had wanted it to be, but I am, of course, glad we perservered.
Hoping you find the answers you need soon.