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Friday, May 3rd 2013, 1:54pm

AMH/FSH Levels.............Very confused!!! Please help!

I have been informed that my AMH levels are extremely low and will not be able to concieve naturally......

I dont really know much about this? Is anyone able to help? I have another review appointment next week to see consultant so I want to know what is actually wrong with me so I can ask some questions as it hasn't really been explained to me.

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Friday, May 3rd 2013, 2:52pm

Hi Lollipop,
I must admit that I don't know loads about amh levels. It's supposed to be an indicator of your ovarian reserve, and the numbers go down with age. Mine are VERY low, but we were already having ICSI because of my husband's rubbish sperm.
I've noticed that the levels for some people on here do improve spontaneously so don't panic too much. If you do need to have treatment to conceive then your consultant will take your amh into account and treat you accordingly. I've managed to produce a good number of eggs during treatment even with low amh, so it isn't a disaster.

Sorry I don't know much more, hopefully someone else will be able to give you more information soon.

Me 38 rubbish cycles, very low amh
DH 39 rubbish sperm

Ist ICSI 6/12 - abandoned :-(
2nd ICSI 10/12 - BFN :-(
3rd ICSI 1/13 - BFN :-(
4th FET 3/13 abandoned :-(
5th FET 5/13 - BFN :-(
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Friday, May 3rd 2013, 4:40pm


Welcome to FZ!

AMH gives an indication of your ovarian reserve, mine is also very low and was just 1.79 when it was measured four years ago. I had donor treatment in the end and conceived my first daughter and then conceived naturally last year so now have two lovely girls.

Don't give up hope as you really never can tell, try and get a more detailed answer from your consultant. Some clinics won't treat you with IVF if your AMH is below a certain point but mine did a short protocol IVF (which worked in a very roundabout way but I sadly had an early loss) so there will be plenty of options open to you.

:goodluck: to you.


Me - 40 AMH 1.79, DH - 45
TTC since 04/06
6 x TX to date, inc 2 DIVF in Barcelona

One early loss, 04/09
Freya Grace arrived on 6/11/10 - Perfect at 6lb and 1/2 oz

Amazing natural :BFP: on 12/02/12
Poppy Ann arrived on 13/10/12 - Born at home weighing 6lb 12oz

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Friday, May 3rd 2013, 4:42pm

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Friday, May 3rd 2013, 5:57pm

Hi and welcome!
Check this: FSH/AMH/hormones/POF/menopause FAQs

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