Hi, my husband and I have been ttc for a little over 3 years. I am also 46, but have not had any children. My condition may be a little different than yours. My FSH is over 19 and I have been diagnosed with Dimished Ovarian Reserve, However, I did want to recommend a fertility specialist I saw. The procedure they use is different than a regular IVF procedure and increases your chances if you are producing healthy eggs. The name of the center is the Infertility Center of St. Louis at St. Lukes Hospital. Dr. Silber and his staff were wonderful. Even though they could not help me using my own eggs, they may be able to help you. There is financing available and for the equivalent of a car payment you can have a baby. Hope this helpsView Thread
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