Having High FSH levels are a sign of poor ovarian reserve, poor egg quality and a symptom of failure to ovulate. Women with high levels of FSH generally do not respond well to fertility medications. A fertility doctor will do a complete fertility workup to help devise a fertility treatment plan for your specific situation.
High FSH levels may be artificially suppressed through prescribed hormones. Common drugs used for women who are trying to conceive, include synthetic estrogen, cimetidine, clomiphene, and levodopa.
In addition to taking prescribed hormones, some practitioners believe that there are lifestyle and diet changes that can help lower their FSH levels.