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Posted 23 December 2014 - 08:18 PM
myself and my partner are ttc and are struggling to find anyone in our position. I am 21 years old with Autoimmune Polyendocrine Failure (5 autoimmune disease) and was told i had autoimmune ovarian failure at 21 due to antibodies. I got my AMH back which was 30 which I was told was excellent, but FSH is 80 and LH is high (can't remember what) and nearly non existent oestrogen. My question is I can only find information on low amh, high fsh+lh combinations and was wondering what chances of conception are like and the chances i will ovulate myself? We already have frozen embryos but would like to conceive naturally and save our embryos if possible.
Posted 10 July 2015 - 08:24 PM
I have a low AMH 0.2 high FSH 82 and currently waiting to see a fertility clinic. I had my FSH done in sept 2014 and they were normal. I have been reading your hormone tests should be done on a particular day of your cycle otherwise you will get conflicting results. How did you go?
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