I am 37 years old and have been trying to conceive for about nine months. After visiting a fertility specialist, I found out I have high FSH (19) and low AMH (.3). The specialist has offered me three options - ovulation induction with insemination, IVF and donor egg. From all that I have been reading, my chances of conceiving with OI or IVF is slim to non. Advice?
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I would agree with your fertility specialist that your best chance to have a live birth is using donor egg treatment.