I'm 40, hubby is 46. Happily married since 1999. TTC #1 since 2009.
Three 1st tri miscarriages:
[More] Oct. 2009 @ 6 wks
March 2010 @ 8 wks (w/heartbeat); D&C March 15
Sept. 2010 @ 5 wks
All tests clean. 6.15 (FSH) 81.2 (estradiol)
Nov. 2010: Clomid cycle (100mg) - Canceled due to too many big follies (6!)
Dec. 2010: Clomid (50mg) cycle w/3 big follies - BFN
Jan. 2011: Femara cycle w/3 big follies - BFN
Feb. 2011: Follistim w/Ovidrel IUI cycle w/3 big follies - BFN
March 2011: Stopped fertility meds and took a break
April 2011:TTC naturally+acupuncture
Sorry to hear you are not having success in the TTC dept. We had been trying for some time also. I am 39. Although i didn't seem to get preg naturally, I did with IVF & resulted in M/c. I am now 6 weeks pregnant with twins from donor eggs. I know you may not be at this stage. I would def try working with the fertility Dr's though. Sometimes at our age, the eggs just are not good anymore which is maybe why you are having m/c. Best wishes to you!!!!
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