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Low AMH . IUI or IVF at Olive?


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#1 Darya

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Posted 29 October 2021 - 04:02 PM

Hello friends,

 

This is my first try for fertility treatment. It is too stressful and challenging. The problem is low ovarian reserve (AMH). Does anyone have any experience with IUI or IVF with the same problem at Olive clinic?Which one may get better result?Can I try first IUI or it's just waste of time and money?

Thank you



#2 happyfrog

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 03:43 PM

Hi, I can't help with personal experience, but from what I know in case of low AMH, mesotherapy treatment of ovaries (RPR) or IVF PGS NGS are one of the best options. Good luck!


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#3 Darya

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 10:50 PM

Hi, I can't help with personal experience, but from what I know in case of low AMH, mesotherapy treatment of ovaries (RPR) or IVF PGS NGS are one of the best options. Good luck!

Hi 

Thank you so much for your reply.

May I know what is PGS or NGS?



#4 waitingforRainbowY

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Posted 09 November 2021 - 11:45 AM

Hi There, 

 

I have low AMH as well with 2 MC (neither past 8 weeks). I just finished my second IVF attempt. My fertility doctor said the best course of action for me was IVF with genetic testing (PGS). I believe that is what the other response may be referring to. Low AMH from what I was told means lower egg numbers, but bc of my MC it can also mean I have lower eqq quality as well. So IVF allows for more eggs to be retrieved (ideally) through medication/stim and then after the retrieved eggs are genetically tested to make sure they are "genetically normal" which reduces the risk of MC. And then you get to transfer them back in to hopefully get your rainbow baby. 

 

Can't comment on the IUI part as I didnt have trouble getting pregnant but had issues sustaining the pregnancy so the doctors never gave that to me an as option. Also don't know what mesotherapy treatment of ovaries (RPR) is. 

Hope that helps a bit! 

-Y



#5 Progenesis IVF

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Posted Yesterday, 07:07 AM

The good news is that just because your AMH level is low doesn't mean you can't get pregnant naturally. 
You can definitely get pregnant with your own or donor eggs, as you only need one healthy egg. 
Your AMH level cannot be used to predict your chances of becoming pregnant; there are numerous other factors that can help you conceive. 
If you're having trouble conceiving, you could be recommended to try IVF, but that decision is entirely up to you. 
When your AMH level falls below a certain level, your chances of becoming pregnant reduce; in such situation, you should explore all of your choices with your doctor. 
If you've decided to try IVF but are still having trouble conceiving, there are a few things to think about. 
To begin with, if you are under 35 and have a low AMH level, you do not need to be concerned. 
Fertility specialists will recommend certain high-quality drugs for follicular stimulation. 
Remember that a low AMH level does not equal bad quality eggs; rather, it indicates a low quantity of eggs, which is unimportant for IVF. 
Unfortunately, cancer therapies cause early menopause, which means that women's AMH levels are non-existent, making it difficult for them to conceive.