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Amh 0.077 ng/mL fsh 9.5 ..
Recurrent misscariages in past.Amh 0.077 ng/mL fsh 9.5 .. should I try IVF with my own eggs or directly donor eggs
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The antral follicle count on day2 or day 3; AMH ; AND FSH levels will decide the ovarian reserve. If antral follicle count Is good (more than 5 from both ovaries) you can try with your own eggs. But if there is no growth after 5-6 days of Stimulation. you may opt for donor eggs in same cycle or next cycle.
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Consult ayurvedic gynecologist for preconception detoxification Panchakarma treatment. To increase ovarian reserve.
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Your AMH value is suggestive of severely compromised ovarian reserve. AMH levels if done from an accredited lab are a pretty accurate indicator of ovarian reserve. If your Day2-3 antral follicle count is also low; the chance of success with IVF with your own eggs is pretty minimal.
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If your Antral Follicle Count is around 5; you merit atleast one cycle of IVF with own eggs considering you are only 33yrs.
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Ultimately you need just that one good embryo to grow and stick; no harm in trying one cycle with own eggs but be mentally prepared that it may not work.
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