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Premature menopause and pregnancy ?

I never wanted children before, but when I was diagnosed by doctor last july that i was starting menopause it was a bit of a shock, she said my FSH level was at 62.
Ive finally met the right person and im getting married for the first time. So july it will be a full year that i havent gotten a period, she checked my thyroid and anemia level (ive been severely anemic in the past) and both showed normal.

My question is this-Im pretty sure i cant be artificially inseminated cuz im not producing eggs, but is it possible for me to still carry a baby, using an egg donor and my future husbands sperm. is there a term for this, ive done quite a bit of researching on the net and cant find any sites addressing this.

Thanks, Lisa
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replied May 12th, 2009
Extremely eHealthy
you still are very young there has to be something out there. SOrry I cant be of much help....keep looking !

your in my prayers for a family
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replied May 12th, 2009
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Yes, I believe this is possible and it will cost thousands of dollars...You have to pass many tests in order to qualify...Where it is I do not know....
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replied May 13th, 2009
Thankyou, I appreciate your responses. That was very kind.
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replied September 27th, 2010
whats ur age treasuredjems...if u rin menopause who knows still u can ovaculate becos many woman even they r in their menopausal they r getting their period u have to do a hormones blodd test then if u ovaculate u can have a baby with ur won eggs
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