scottishgirl147 · 03/02/2019 15:28
i am looking for any advice or recomendations.
i am 33 and been told that i have low AMH. so low that a clinic i went to told me i could not have ivf which was devastating. i am now looking into egg donation abroad.
i am a brunette, brown eyes and fair skin, my partner also brown hair, green eyes and fair skin.
any advice which country or clinic would be ideally suited to us?
i have read so much that my head is spinning, so much to take in and read up on.
AniSL · 03/02/2019 17:27
Bit surprised they said DE straight away, AMH is not as accurate as an AFC and lots of factors affect AMH, have you sought advice from other clinics
AniSL · 03/02/2019 17:29
Also should mention that most clinics abroad will have their own egg, sperm, embryo bank but all these will be anonymous under EU Law, you will only get information about your donor and maybe a baby pic but that's all
Misty999 · 03/02/2019 17:37
Try Create they specialise in low amh, I had success on their three cycle package own eggs amh 1.8.
scottishgirl147 · 03/02/2019 17:56
thank you for all your comments. really is appreciated.
When i first got tested at doctors my AMH was 2.3 i then tried acupuncture for 6 months then went to Arora and got another test. by this point my AMH went down to 0.3 which i could not believe and have been kicking myself for wasting 6 months. thats when i was told they would not consider ivf and for me to consider DE.
i honestly just feel so confused, especially now when it comes to picking which clinics to go to, and now i am looking abroad its just opened up so much more to think about.
AniSL · 03/02/2019 19:00
Did they check vit D levels at the same time, low vit D levels causes temporary low AMH levels. Also have u discussed DHEA?
scottishgirl147 · 03/02/2019 19:44
Yeah my acupuncture lady put me on them straight away and been in them ever since. Never knew that about vit D so will definitely look into that! Thank you
kv785301 · 06/02/2019 21:10
Hi, we are doing IVF abroad and had all the tests redone there and all the results were different to my UK ones!
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