There is nothing (that I know) you can do to improve egg quality. It is what it is unfortunatelly :( The older you are the more chances of eggs having "issues" because like you, they have lived longer but that does not mean that all your eggs are bad..... tons of older woman have normal babies. If they don't stick, nature knows best so you just need to hope that you will get good ones:)
You are doing the right thing and have been very healthy so it is a matter of luck:)
Accupuncture definitely helped improve the quality of my eggs. I also started taking Vit B6 and Folic acid supplements in addition to prenatal vits,DHEA I made DH eat Brazil nuts which contain selenium even tho we did not have male factorissues it does not hurt. I did get pregnant via IVF and after making these changes my eggs quality improved and we had 11 grade A eggs. So now I have frozen embbies and I am 32 weeks pregnant. Good luck
my doc put it this way. a man releases millions of sperm at a time, many times a week/month (heck some men maybe even per day - LOL). a woman makes one egg, once a month. this just goes to show how precious and impt the egg is in this role. you just need to land on a good one. good luck.
I just started seeing an acupuncturistvthat specializes in women an fertility and she said fish oil can help produce stronger follicles. In particular she recommended cod liver oil. I was 35 when I conceived easily and gave birth to my son and my ob told me 35 is no different than 34. I had a healthy pregnancy and baby. I think past 35 is when things really seem to get tougher for some. I'm now 38 and have been trying for nearly 2 yrs to have a second baby. I was told my age is hindering me but my RE told me that 38 is not bad it's women that are 43+ that can really have difficulty.
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