I have a FSH level of 12.7, my RE recommended that I do IVF. Do you think I should start less aggressive with clomid?

Submitted by fisher2008 Sat 05/30/2009  IVF comes when there is no Submitted by augustina on Tue, 06/02/2009 – 07:45. IVF comes when there is no other alternative, there are medications for FSH. Please consult a Gynecologist for assistance. So much concern. Tina There are meds for FSH? My RE Submitted by fisher2008 on Sat, 06/13/2009 – 18:54. There are meds for FSH? My RE did mention Clomid but suggested IVF. Login or register to post comments Clomid is a mixed bag with a Submitted by Angie on Sun, 06/07/2009 – 13:58. Clomid is a mixed bag with a high FSH. It may work, but several months on it may cause your FSH to jump even higher. If you do try it, you’ll need to take several months off before your next treatment. Acupuncture is showing some remarkable results with lowering FSh levels – I would consider that. Before I looked at IVF, I would consider mini-IVF. It can be very effective especially for women with high FSH and is generally about $5000 less than traditional IVF. Mini IVF, or low stim doesn’t use the super powerful gonadotropins to trigger tons of eggs, but instead focuses on just a few quality eggs. Best, Angie  Since I wrote last I have Submitted by fisher2008 on Sat, 06/13/2009 – 18:52. Since I wrote last I have decided to do IVF. My day 3 FSH level this month was 11.6, down from last month. I just got started on birth control pills a week ago and I have my injection teaching and trial retrieval set for next week. i am scared and excited to start the process! Thanks for writing! Login or register to post comments Need Help? A Counselor is Waiting All Sessions Start for Free – Click below to get started

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