Post # 1
Yesterday my RE told me that my AMH is 1.2, and I have low ovarian reserve. She said she wants to try one cycle of Femara and then move straight to injectables. She said that I should not wait to have kids (obviously we are trying now otherwise I wouldn’t be seeing a RE). I looked up my number online, and it seems my number would be comparable to a 36-40 year old’s normal egg supply. I am 30. So I am not totally disheartened because it’s still quite possible. But I am just wondering if you have diminished ovarian reserve, what is your AMH number and how has the TTC process been for you? Any BFPs?
Post # 3
@michi30: I have low ovarian reserve. My AMH is much lower than yours (about 0.5). I’m 34. We went through a round of clomid + IUI and a round of injectables + IUI, and we are now 9 weeeks pregnant. While it stinks to receive that diagnosis, don’t give up hope. It just took us longer than we wanted (almost a year and a half) and we needed some help. Best of luck!
Post # 4
That is great to hear! Congrats on your BFP!!
Post # 5
I’m 31 and was diagnosed with poor ovarian reserve back in March. Do not recall my actual numbers bc my RE experience is all a blur now. We, as many know on the Infertility thread, are no longer TTC. Did 2 rounds of IUI with Clomid and trigger and both failed. I also only have my left ovary which doesn’t help whatsoever. IVF was our greatest shot; about 60%, but we chose to not go that route.
Post # 6
I was diagnosed with dimished ovarian reserve earlier this year – we tried two medicated IUIs with trigger resulting in BFNs. I had a phone consult with a very well known fertility specialist recently who says that I likely do not have DOR but the “beginnings of it.” He does think however that I have a possible autoimmune disorder preventing a pregnancy from sticking. I’m confused and am getting tested for AI disorders and in the meantime seeing where to get a third opinion and TTC naturally!
I wish you lots of luck!