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I'm 40 years, have two kids, the youngest one is 4 years. I have been trying to get pregnant for the last two years. My tubes are open. My doctor gave me clomophine tablets100mg but there was no response. Then he put me on 150mg which help me to ovulate in two sequence months, then on the third month I failed to ovulate with very low progesterone level. Is it possible for me to have gonadotrophin injection with clomid?
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My advice to you is to have a test for AMH (Anti Mullerian Hormone) which will give an indication of your ovarian reserve. The AMH result can then determine the most effective treatment to help you achieve a pregnancy.