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high level of fsh
i had a very high level of fsh, 40.22 mui/mL..i feel sad, depressed, hopeless..is there a chance for me to get pregnant? i am 29 y.o, i had an endemetriosis, cyst on both ovaries were removed through laparoscopy...
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711326 tn?1297872110
Was this your level on day 3 or day 10 after the clomid or just random testing that showed a high FSH level?   There are some natural supplements that claim to reduce high FSH.  

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377493 tn?1356505749
There are always options available.  If your FSH does not come down there are options such as donor eggs.  We live in such a wonderful time...almost everyone can become a mother if they are willing to explore other options.  I wish you well and good luck!
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You should consider reading The fertility game which is a book of a woman who was in your shoes and conceived and bore a second child.
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1139097 tn?1271198037
Also read the book, Inconceivable.  It gives many ideas to lower your FSH naturally.  It also gives us high FSHers hope.  Personally, I drank wheatgrass.    
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