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I have an AMH of 0.65 and am aged 28. My husband also has low sperm count. During the first cycle of IVF 5 eggs were retrieved but were unsuccessful. The second cycle resulted in 4 eggs retrieved with 3 fertilised and 1 implanted. But sadly this didn't work out. What should we do next? Would it be IVF with donor eggs?
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Although you have a low AMH you are still producing eggs and although sadly you miscarried from your second treatment, it may be worth having a further go at IVF using your own eggs. You should have a discussion with your doctor on the quality of your embryos and then you can make the decision whether to have a further go or to opt for donor eggs.