I am 37.5 years old, single and now live in Docklands in London. A couple of weeks ago I was in Greece and went for some blood tests. When I received the results, the Greek doctors told me that my AMH is too low, which means that I do not produce eggs and therefore I will never have my own children.
Could you please tell me if there is any chance that the result for AMH was wrong?
Can I repeat the blood test for AMH here in London? When can I do it and how much will it cost me?
If the results will be the same again, does this mean that I do not produce no eggs at all?
Will I have any chance if I proceed to IVF? If yes, what would the percentage be?
Why is AMH that low? Someone told me to check if I have "Chlamydia".
Is there any research in the success of IVF or IUI following removal of over severe Endometriosis? I also have a low AMH level of 15.9 and am concerned and confused about the way to move forward. We've not yet had the opportunity to try for children due to my health problems but I am only 32 so any advice would be useful.Read answer
Hello, I am 34 and my husband is 36 with diabetes. He uses insulin. His diabetes is not in control and sometimes is as low as 30. I have been trying to conceive for two years now. Had IVF in October 2013 but THT also failed. I am extremely worried. Please help. What should I do?Read answer