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I have an AMH of 2.2, would I still be able to conceive with IVF as my partner had a vescatomy many years ago. I'm 36 years old.
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An AMH of 2.2 suggests that you have a low ovarian reserve but you may still be able to conceive with IVF. However, if your partner has had a vasectomy he can either opt for a reversal of vasectomy or surgical sperm retrieval to obtain sperm for use in an IVF cycle. The length of time since his vasectomy may be an issue and if you wish to explore reversal I would advise you to seek an opinion from an Urologist.