I think that it means more how many eggs you'll produce with treatment...higher FSH...lower amount of eggs...and you're young too. I think that you're all good:)
Congratulations on your pregnancy. Don't worry about miscarrying, unless it does happen. Grade A embryos sound really good :-) hopefully with grade A. embryos you don't miscarry. I think with higher FSH there is a chance of miscarriage.
If you start bleeding & it's heavy & continuous, or you have heavy bleeding & a lot of pain. I would talk to your dr. about it.
I'm 26 yrs old, have severe endometriosis. I've had 2 laparoscopies, 1 laparotomy done. So it's done a bit of damage to my ovary(ies). My FSH level I think was about 11.5 (around there). I went though 2 IVF cycles. With my first cycle... I ended up getting 7 embryos, 4 were transferred. Besides the 7 embryos I ended up with multiple chocolate cysts. I ended up miscarrying at around 11 wks.
I'm not sure if my miscarriage was due to my endo & blocked tubes, or my husbands poor sperm count/poor morphology. With the embryos they were really poor quality, poorly developed. My R.E. insisted we use his sperm. My dr. gave me about a 20-25% chance of getting pregnant. We were very surprised & shocked that I did get pregnant. When I miscarried i was saddened by the miscarriage.
With my 2nd cycle, done pretty recently... my medication dosage (follistim), was upped. We wanted to try & get more embryos. I ended up with only 1 embryo, which was no good. The dr. described it as "spontaneous parthenogensis"--- the embryo divided it'self & kept dividing & eventually would die, & multiple endomtetriomas. So I wasn't able to
make it to my transfer.
I'm not sure exactly why I had only 1 embryo with my 2nd cycle. I guess due to my response to higher dose of medication???
For my 2nd cycle we were going to use donor sperm, in hopes of having a successful pregnancy.... BUT... We weren't able to do that, since only 1 embryo.