I am 32 yrs old and while I've got pcos (don't ovulate) with previous partners I've never been able to get pregnant. Ive had all my blood tests done all normal LH, FSH, Thyroid and vitamin D.... except my AMH is 82.4.
My current partner and I are beginning our self funded IVF could've gone down iui but success rate is too low. We want to know what are our chances of our first round working on a long protocol or should we do a short one with a scratch.
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If this is your first IVF cycle, then a short protocol without any scratch would be recommended. Your chance of success at your age at Manchester Fertility would be around 50% if you have an embryo transferred.