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    I am 33 and was given an AMH level of 4.5. Along with DH's sperm analysis (morphology and motility issues) and the fact that I have Hashimoto's which makes TTC more difficult, I was given a 1% chance of conceiving naturally.

    It took a year to conceive (with a missed miscarriage 6 months in) and we are now almost 17 weeks pregnant with a baby girl.

    Don't place too much emphasis on these tests. We managed to conceive twice in 12 months and don't forget, I was given a 1% chance of natural conception.

    Best of luck to you .. I know how difficult this journey can be

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    I am 33 and was given an AMH level of 4.5. Along with DH's sperm analysis (morphology and motility issues) and the fact that I have Hashimoto's which makes TTC more difficult, I was given a 1% chance of conceiving naturally.

    It took a year to conceive (with a missed miscarriage 6 months in) and we are now almost 17 weeks pregnant with a baby girl.

    Don't place too much emphasis on these tests. We managed to conceive twice in 12 months and don't forget, I was given a 1% chance of natural conception.

    Best of luck to you .. I know how difficult this journey can be

    Wow your story is amazing.... and i wish you all teh very best.thankyou fo ryour encouragementI guess I won't know what to do till we see the FS next tuesday.There truly is miracles.Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessjs View Post
    Wow your story is amazing.... and i wish you all teh very best.thankyou fo ryour encouragementI guess I won't know what to do till we see the FS next tuesday.There truly is miracles.Good luck
    Never underestimate the power of prayer, faith and a sprinkle of a miracle

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    Default Help! very low anti mullerian hormone

    Things take time. Do some research. Statistics are crappy when you see them on paper.be determined.. I have not had an easy road to get where I am.. I have a blood disorder and naturally high killer cells on top of the low amh with my dh ****ty swimmers!! I had 4 mc's before getting here-1 was ectopic too...
    I had to do ivf, iui's in ad out of specialists and hastled doctors and drove them mental!! I ended up having to have clexayne and steroids to keep this child..
    Don't give up

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    Hi, I am 31 years old and have an amh level of 4. We have been trying to ttc for 18 months. One more go at iui and then we begin Ivf. My nurse said that a low amh level does not affect my success rates with Ivf but it does mean I will be on high doses of drugs during my Ivf. Your amh guides the specialist to say how quickly you should try Ivf and what dose to put you on. Don't despair- my doc said it is a problem but he is very optimistic that we will fall pregnant quickly. I was crushed when he first told me about the amh. Especially when I. Jumped online and it seemed that people had been told to donor eggs for their low amh.....my doctor has never once mentioned that and he said to take the test with a tiny grain of salt because it is relatively new test and can be somewhat inaccurate. Try and stay positive! All the best,

    katelyn xx

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