Hi my hubby is 41 and I'm 46 all in all good health don't smoke or drink and right now I am not working so not stressed out I read what u said and have researched a lot I went to reach in Charlotte last year and my hubby's sperm is good my tests were good other than my FSH being close to an 11 I also had a child when I was 42 so they told me there was still a chance what is your option on these natural drugs like Fertibella and Fertilaide also what about DHEA we are in Tennessee for 2 months and saved money to see and talk to a. Fertility doctor here I'm torn between taking what I mentioned to you or seeing him look we are not rich and can't afford ivf we live I'm Gastonia NC will be goon back soon and such a fan of duke can you please help me?ps I had a natural miscarriage back in 2010 At 6 weeks and another one back in 2011 with dr Katz who may I add is super wonderful with a heart of gold! With levitrol and shots so I feel hopefull I just want your optionView Thread
Omg!!!!!!i have been looking to meet another woman out there (I am 46)who is mid forties and TTY. God bless you my hubby and I well he is 41 and was checked a year ago at a fertility center and his sperm were good all my. Blood work was good other than my FSH level was an 11just borderline of normal I have no one other than my hubby to talk to since we are private people both our parents our dead and it just feels great to meet another ME out there would love to talk more cupcakeladyView Thread
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