I have 2 kids and have had 3 miscarriages. It was very easy to get pregnant the first 3 times but since we started trying again in Aug 2008 we have had a very hard time. After my last miscarriage I decided to see a specialist to get some answers. I am 33 and when I saw the specialist I was told that I am in premature ovarian failure. My FSH level is elevated at 19. She wants to redo the test to make sure it was not false but I need to have it done day 2-4 of my cycle. It has been 46 days since my last period. I have taken pregnancy test to make sure and they were negative. Has anyone been through this? I was told that there is still a chance of getting pregnant but of course it is less because of this. I have had some irregular cycles but not like this before. Is this menopause in full swing? I really wanted to have another child and I had some hope that I would still ovulate but now I am a little down because I haven't had a period. Any input.......anyone else in this situation? I constantly have PMS symptoms. Are menopause symptoms the same as PMS?
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