37 with AMH of 2.4pmol

I have just found out my AMH is 2.4 and have been trying to conceive for 18 months. What are the chances of IVF working? What options do I have?

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Your AMH result is low for your age range but AMH is only one marker of ovarian reserve. I would advise you to have an ultrasound assessment of your antral follicle count and an FSH and oestradiol measurement early in your menstrual cycle. With these results and details of your medical history your Fertility Consultant should be able to give you an indication of your chance of success.