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Thread: To old to conceive with own eggs?

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    Default To old to conceive with own eggs?

    Sorry, the question I'm posting here I first sent directly to you in error, because it is my first time posting, and I didn't know how.

    I am age 44 and have very irregular cycles (most recent ones: Dec. 2008, Jan. 2009, Feb. 2009, June 2009, and July 2009) and hormone levels indicative of menopause (FSH=97.5, LH=54.4, estradiol=18, and testosterone=25 for blood drawn on 09/22/09 -- as of 01/17/09 FSH was 8.0 and LH was 5.8).

    Is it out of the question to get pregnant using my own eggs, even with fertility treatments?

    Thank you.

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    With an FSH level this high at 44, the chances of getting a baby with your own eggs are slim. Not zero, but definitely an expensive gamble, that is not likely to end in success or satisfaction. At this stage, I would serious consider an egg donor, because this will almost certainly result in a baby. Contact me directly and we can discuss your options in more detail.

    Jeffrey Fisch

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    Red face Just can't give up

    My Name is Maggie I am 45 years old and my husband and I were trying to concieve for two years when my fertility specialist put me on Clomid and my periods ubruptly stopped. I recently saw another specialist who gave us new hope for a successful pregnancy provided I use donor eggs. I had really thought it was all over when my periods stopped. Has anyone out there been successful in my situation?
    This is my second attempt to post.........hope I'm doing it right this time.

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    Neither of us has any health issues. I have a clear & sustained thermal shift at ovulation on BBT chart; I have a one-two day LH surge one day before ovulation; I tested FSH w/ home test and it is totally negative (assuming it's reliable); I have been taking prometrium after ovulation for the last 5 cycles in case progesterone is an issue. We just started "fertility blend" vitamins. Is it too soon to seek RE help? What would you suggest? Given the information above, what tests would you suggest we have? I thank you so much for your input!!




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    Neither of us has any health issues. I have a clear & sustained thermal shift at ovulation on BBT chart; I have a one-two day LH surge one day before ovulation; I tested FSH w/ home test and it is totally negative (assuming it's reliable); I have been taking prometrium after ovulation for the last 5 cycles in case progesterone is an issue. We just started "fertility blend" vitamins. Is it too soon to seek RE help? What would you suggest? Given the information above, what tests would you suggest we have? I thank you so much for your input!!




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