It's tough to hear that your eggs are aging and depleting faster than you are. If you have visited a doctor, after fertility testing (including blood tests and a pelvic ultrasound) you may learn that you have poor egg quality and/or low egg quantity.
Often people quickly get talked into jumping right to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). However, if you have the time (meaning you're not over 36), I’d suggest researching some diet/environmental changes first. There are things you can do, like staying away from BPA, canned foods, using plastic bottled drinks, heating up foods in plastics - cleaning up your diet - and possibly taking supplements, like DHEA.
It takes about 3 months for your egg health to see any improvements. So, if you have 3 months, it might be worth implementing some changes and trying Mosie on the fourth and fifth months before pursuing IVF. If you do end up pursuing IVF, helping your egg health will also help your IVF chances so it’s worth doing some research. If you haven’t already, read “It Starts With The Egg.”
But most importantly, don’t lose heart! There are many roads that can lead to growing your family.