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    Quote Originally Posted by LJMsMum View Post
    Thank you so much dani251. I'm just hoping we can conceive naturally! Really hoping!
    Positive thinking all the way! Sending you all the baby dust - as they say!

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    Thank you! Trying to stay positive!

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    When I had mine tested the result was 4.2 (at 28 years old).

    I'm now 35 weeks pregnant (age 30) with DCDA twins conceived naturally. We tried naturally for six months under instruction of OBGYN and were about to start IVF when it occurred naturally.

    From what my OBGYN said it depends on your age and quality of eggs, rather than solely relying on the "quantity".

    Sending you positive thoughts. Good luck!

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    At 28 mine was tested at 3. Combined with high FSH things weren't looking good. I'm now holding my nearly five month old DD who was conceived on an OI cycle, so don't despair!

    Wishing you all the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baby245 View Post
    When I had mine tested the result was 4.2 (at 28 years old).

    I'm now 35 weeks pregnant (age 30) with DCDA twins conceived naturally. We tried naturally for six months under instruction of OBGYN and were about to start IVF when it occurred naturally.

    From what my OBGYN said it depends on your age and quality of eggs, rather than solely relying on the "quantity".

    Sending you positive thoughts. Good luck!
    That's great! Congratulations! You give me hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience86 View Post
    At 28 mine was tested at 3. Combined with high FSH things weren't looking good. I'm now holding my nearly five month old DD who was conceived on an OI cycle, so don't despair!

    Wishing you all the best!
    Excellent news. 🏻 Thank you

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    Default Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) test

    Mine was 5 at 32 yrs and my fertility specialist said he would be expecting it to be around 20 for someone of my age.. however I had other issues - severe endometriosis, immune issues etc which also hindered getting pregnant naturally. I had some success with ivf but it was a blighted ovum- probably due to poor egg quality.

    The good thing is that you are aware of it and you are actively trying so fingers crossed you get some positive news soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuwtk View Post
    Mine was 5 at 32 yrs and my fertility specialist said he would be expecting it to be around 20 for someone of my age.. however I had other issues - severe endometriosis, immune issues etc which also hindered getting pregnant naturally. I had some success with ivf but it was a blighted ovum- probably due to poor egg quality.

    The good thing is that you are aware of it and you are actively trying so fingers crossed you get some positive news soon!
    Thank you. I'm about to turn 35 so I hope I haven't left it too late!


 

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