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    Yes, definitely ok to ask. Amh is not the be all and end all...just an indication of how you might respond to Ivf drugs. Quality of eggs is the important thing really and someone with low AMH could still have excellent quality.

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    My AMH at 33 was 9.8. I have a DS from IVF at 35 years old. On high doses of drugs I got five mature eggs. Now at 38 it's 5.6 but I still got 4 mature eggs at stim.

    AMH mainly tells you egg number, not quality. It's important for FS to do because it determines your response to stim meds. If low, they'll give you lots of meds. Age, presence of endo and lots of other factors determine your egg quality.


 

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