Forgive me if someone else already posted this, but I saw it on Google News today. The study connects a woman's fertility to the age her mom went through menopause.
From the article, I especially thought it was interesting that "Being exposed to prenatal smoke also may contribute to earlier loss of fertility, they observed." Interesting!
Me: 31, DH: 33 / TTC since February 2011 / SA: all normal, HSG: all clear!
4 IUIs with Clomid, Letrozole, and Menopur. All BFN.
9/12: lap / hysteroscopy: found and removed mild endometriosis, cervical polyp, and 2 para-tubular cysts
5/13 IVF #1: Follistim, Menopur, Ganirelix, 10R/4M/4F, ET of 2, 5 cell and 4 cell, no frosties = BFN 12/13 IVF #2 = November / December 2013. Microdose Lupron Protocol: 15R/6M/6F, Froze all 6 due to high E2 and P4
We have 1 day 6 blast, two 8-cells, one 7-cell, two 5-cells and one 4 cell. FET 1: Jan/Feb 2014