Hi there Bub-Hubbers,
I'm a 30-year old who was screened routinely by my GP (also specialises in fertility) because of my age. My AMH came back low (5.4) and I was advised this was significantly below the 15-30 considered "normal" for my age. Subseuqently, my GP screened me for early menopause (diagnosis deferred). I'm not in a relationship and don't neccessarily want to consider having children outside of a stable relationship (preferrably marriage) but feel like unless I do something right now, my hopes for children in the future are doomed.
My GP suggested single-parenthood but it's not an option for me (or for my child - I don't want to rob them of a full-time dad). The whole process has frightened me and I'm finding myself thinking about relationships in an insecure and clingy way, rather than through love and mutual commitment/values.
I feel disentitled about my worrying because I'm not in a relationship and not actively TTC, which makes me feel more isolated.
I'm just wondering if anyone has any advice or knowledge, who might be able to point me in some direction.
Thank-you so much in advance,