It depends on alot of factors. (Isn't that so helpful???!!!)
If your cycle is a bust, can you totally not afford an egg donation cycle? Are you willing to consider other paths to parenthood?
How is your health in general? Is there any chance you're looking at a surrogate pregnancy too?
How badly do you want your child to be genetically related?
Are you willing to try a few IUIs first?
Factoids you may not already know:
Low AMH means more meds which means more $$$ (unless you do a natural or low stim cycle, something to look into)
Embryos freeze better than eggs, but that means committing to the male component now. I have heard of people defrosting a whole batch of eggs from their mid 30s and none of them making it.
I have to warn you all IVF cycles seem to be put on hold so the wait lists will only be stretching out during this time.
I had a low AMH but good AFC and overall had a good outcome, but I had a naturally conceived baby from before IVF with the same partner, so alot of other fertility issues were ruled out. In my case the eggs retrieved was closer to the AFC than what the AMH would have predicted, but they did give me a stiffer dose of meds.
If you're in Ontario it might be worth doing at least a single cycle for the peace of mind. You're still going to be out probably $10k even with a funded cycle, mostly due to med costs.