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Hi I am told by my doctor that I am pre menopausal, my periods have been on and off for about a year, I do still have them though about every 2-3 months and somtimes every month. The question is we want more children and are wanting no egg donation due to religious beliefs. I want to try myself - are you still able to help? I have been told you havent had any births using anyone own eggs over the age of 43. I still want to no if it could be possible for me to conceive this way. If so would want to get the costs ect known and so on. Thanks
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If you are peri-menopausal you still have a very small chance of conceiving naturally. I would advise you to have your hormone levels checked by your GP and they should be able to give you advice on the chance of success.