Originally Posted by kellgirl
I am 35 and have a higher fsh than when I was 30. But my doctor said that's normal, that a woman will naturally get a higher number as she gets older. Can anyone offer any thoughts?
It really depends how high your FSH has gone. At age 35 everything above 7.9mIU/ml probably suggests that your ovaries are aging ahead of time
(Barad et al Obstet Gynecol 2007;109:1404-10)
N. Gleicher, MD
The CHR - NYC