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34 years old having high fsh level. Is any medication available to increased ovarian reserve & can i conceive naturally without doing IVF ?

HI, I am 34 years old.My wt is FsH Level is 11.17,Lh is 4.15, TSH & prolactin is normal at 2nd day of menstruation. doctor said diminished ovarian reserve & advice me to do hysterosulphingogram. Is any medication available to increased ovarian reserve ? my husband also suffering from asthenospermia. his sperm motility(30%),count-120million.can i conceive naturally without doing IVF ?
Asked On : Sat, 7 May 2011
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In simple language, diminished ovarian reserve suggests that eggs is your ovaries are depleting soon and you have less time to conceive before they are completely over. More over your husband also has asthenospermia, all these situations make natural conception difficult in your case. Hysterosalpingogram is done to know patency of tubes. There are no medication which can increase ovarian reserve ( its genetically decided during intrauterine life). I would suggest you to go for 3 cycles of IUI if tubes are patent ( determined by HSG ). If tubes are blocked or if 3 cycles of IUI fail straight away go for ICSI & IVF before its too late . IVF and ICSI is best available chance. All the very best.
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