I'm 32 & have been given the devastating news that I have a level of 0 AMH & high FSH, currently 71!! Whilst I know there are very low chances for me I'm crushed and not ready to give up yet! This month I had my first period in 3 months & I'm hoping, praying for another 'normal' month this month so day 2 levels can be taken.* My consultant has mentioned clomid to me does anyone know if this works or is the best course of action with low AMH?* I will be so grateful for any advise on this I'm sooo confused & don't want to mess my body up anymore than it already is...
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03-02-2012, 04:27 PM #1hope001Registered Userhas no status.
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So confused, Will clomid work with low AMH?
03-03-2012, 06:29 AM #2jenga12576Registered Userhas no status.
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hope- i do not know the answer for this. But i do know that some clinics in the uS, CCRM for sure has used clomid as part of their cycles for specific patients, those of AMA.
DHEA is used by some women here to lower FSH, when they did an ultrasound of your ovaries did they see anything, any developing follicles?
i am so sorry you are getting this devistating diagnosis. THERE is research going on that is showing that women are not born with a speficif number of eggs, and that they can get the ovarian tissues to grow more eggs. They have done this in mice. Someone posted about this research somewhere. I see you are in the UK. Because you are so young if you can even get 1 egg per month you could get pregnant, but that fsh level has to be decreased. I would try anything your doctors will try with you. Ask them about taking DHEA.
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