I will try to make this brief. I have been diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Failure. But, my FSH on the Clomid Challenge test was always between 10 and 12. I realize this is high, but it isn't completely terrible from what I understand. My AMH test came back borderline, which also confirms I have prematurely aging ovaries at the age 30. So, here's my question to any of you who know something about high FSH and POF. Should I be responding well to a fertility med such as Femara? I have had one failed IUI, but my doctor said I produced two good follicles and definitely ovulated when I took Femara that cycle. He seems a bit hesitant to move on to injectables since I am responding well to Femara. (He fears multiples) But, from what I understand, many women in my shoes don't even respond well to injectables when doing IVF. Has anyone heard of something like this where a women has an elevated FSH but responds well to meds such as Femara or Clomid? I am definitely ovulating and producing follicles, but I'm starting to wonder if this doesn't really matter. Maybe a person can produce follicles and even have really good ovulations and still produce bad eggs. Does anyone know if this can happen? I don't know whether I'm wasting my time with IUI's and giving myself false hope, or whether I may actually have a chance of conceiving without turning to IVF. Any input, suggestions, or advice would be greatly apppreciated.
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