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April 12, 2010

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Rebecca

Hi I am a 41 and a half year old mother of a 20 month old. We conceived right away without problems when I was 39. We have been trying for baby number 2 for the last year without luck and one chemical pregnancy in Sept. Im still nursing a few times a day. I saw a new OBGYN yesterday and she recommended I stop nursing. My prolactin levels are 18 within the normal range and my TSH is 1.66 also considered normal Im supposed to go get my FSH level tested next month on CD3. Is it possible that the nursing is still effecting my chances of conceiving even though my fertility returned when my daughter was 6 months old. I chart my BBT and use OPK's to detect ovulation. I do acupuncture 1x a week and take herbs. I do however need to loose about 15 lbs to get my BMI at 25 and a healthier weight... Im working on that. Do I really need to wean in order to have a better chance of conceiving?

Emily

Hi! I am a mother of 3 (18, 15 and 2) and my husband and I want to have another baby. Yesterday I went to my GYN to check my lab results and I was told that I am already in menopause at 44 years old and I have no chance to conceive unless I use an egg donor. I am devastated. I really want to have another baby, this is our second marriage for my husband and me and we don't know what to do. I was prescribe for hormone therapy (estradiol) but I am refusing to take until somebody can tell me if I have any chance to produce eggs again and become preganant. Anybody can help me or advise me?

Thank you for your help,

Emily

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