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    Default AMH question

    For those who had the AMH test what number was yours? And if I may be so rude to ask your age?

    All my doctor would say is mine is low but it's to be expected for my age.

    I'm 43 just wanting a sibling for my child. I hope even though its low that the quality is there.

    Anyone regardless of age have low AMH and now have a baby?

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    Default AMH question

    Sounds strange your doctor would say that as you should be provided with the results indicating the actual level, with corresponding "normal" ranges per age bracket to base off, then a graph which shows where you sit.
    I was 28 (now 30) when I had mine tested and result was 4.2.

    I'm now 29 weeks pregnant with twins conceived naturally.

    I would ask for the actual results and speak to a fertility specialist, who can conduct more tests and guide you to the best options suitable to your needs.

    Good luck and I hope it works out for you

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    AMH was 38 at 32yo.

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    Default AMH question

    Mine is 40 at 32 and my eggs are ****.. I think the AMH test is BS tbh.

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    Mine was absurdly high at age 39. Amh was 54 and there was then suspicion I had PCOS. For me, it meant I got a good amount of eggs in each IVF cycle, but due to my age my eggs were no good really. After 39 eggs retrieved over 3 cycles I had 2 miscarriages and then we decided to use donor eggs instead. Best decision ever for us although I understand it's not for everybody. I'm now 43 and expecting my second child in two days time.

    I think in the plus 40 age group a high AMH is a bonus as you may just have more chance of finding a good egg when there are more eggs, but age is a really significant factor for quality.

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    Sorry, just re read that and it sounds so negative. I should say that I do know of women 40+ who've had bubs with their own eggs.

    For us, we wanted more than one and I felt that we might possibly eventually get lucky with my eggs but the chances of doing that twice just seemed nil.

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    I had mine tested a few years back when I was 32 and it came back at 3.7 so we retested in the following month and it was 5.2. The 'normal' range for my age was between 14 and 30. No baby for me yet Can you phone your doctor to request the actual number? I have had loads of blood tests and always ask for the actual numbers so I don't think it would be unreasonable for you to ask. I also maintained a full on spreadsheet at one point which is how I was able to check back to give you the numbers. All the best of luck to you.

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    Thank you.

    So it's ok to ask FS what the actual numbers are?

    I shall look on the internet for the graph that was mentioned.

    Not ment to sound negative. I'm just in a bummer mood and weeping state. Apologies for that.

    I asked because news dot com says AMH is bs.
    I wonder why the docs love it?

    Oh and congrats on your second child!

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    At age 34 mine was 59 (confirmed PCOS) at age 36 my sisters is 2.5 so pretty low

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