you didn't mention your age or FSH level (m/c ment)
Anonymous (no login) Posted Jan 19, 2011 6:19 PM
there is a huge difference between 35 yr old eggs and 40 yr old eggs if you look at IVF stats, fertility falls off a cliff... I've heard some docs will "accept" a high FSH if the patient is on the younger side, because their theory is "the best indicator of egg quality is on your drivers license".
My FSH was very high (24) when I was 37, but the RE felt I could get pregnant with IVF because my age was relatively young. It worked but ended in m/c, and like Kenny I moved on to DE quickly after that.