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Premature ovarian failure

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MelAndShoe Mon 23-Dec-19 01:35:05

Anyone else dealing with this?

Any chance of a successful pregnancy either naturally or ivf? Or is it most likely eggs are too "old" to be a successful term despite me being 34.

Do fsh levels determine this or something else?

I do have clinic appointments soon but was just wondering what others had been told.

What sort of tests can I expect? Booked in for ovary scan.

Maliha82 Mon 23-Dec-19 04:36:06

Have been diagnosed with POF for a while. DH and I are using DE. We are happy with decision. I found my periods returned albeit irregular with lifestyle change and diet change. HRT also helped. There is a light at the end of the tunnel so dont panic

Lauren83 Mon 23-Dec-19 08:26:33

What are your tests results so far? I was diagnosed with POF with an AMH of 2, FSH of 23 and AFC of 4, they let me try own eggs once then moved to donor eggs and finally had a baby last year on cycle #5, I managed to conceive naturally when he was 7 months old by some miracle

itwasalovelydreamwhileitlasted Mon 23-Dec-19 08:36:08

I'd try a clinic which offers natural ivf which is designed for women with very very low AMH levels / personally I'd try this before donor eggs

QuantumGirl Mon 23-Dec-19 17:59:15

I also was diagnosed with POF and it was 0.7. Went to Create as they are specialised in IVF with low AMH but I did not have a good experience there. I changed clinics, started IVF again unfortunately wasn't successful and am I now waiting for my next cycle with DE.

itwasalovelydreamwhileitlasted Mon 23-Dec-19 18:36:10

I am with create and had really great experience so far with them even though first two cycles have failed x

MelAndShoe Mon 23-Dec-19 20:05:14

My fsh is 41.

MelAndShoe Mon 23-Dec-19 20:05:29

Not sure what others are.

Maliha82 Sun 29-Dec-19 23:58:35

My AMH was 0.2 so there was slim chance of using my own eggs. I am with London Womens Clinic Harley street and so far its a very good experience.

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