Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:59 am
There's no cut and dried answer with low AMH
But as long as you do still ovulate then you still have a chance at conceiving , some doctors will say there's no point trying assisted conception with low AMH but I know of a Lady on here who had levels similar to yours and had twins through IVF, everyones different .
As my reversal cons said though all these tests only give you an idea of how many eggs you might have left but tell you nothing about quality and one good quality egg is worth a dozen poor quality ones
I've seen DHEA being used for women with low AMH, mainly in IVF but some women trying to conceive naturally use it too , its not for everyone but if you google it there's lots of information online,and the IVF sites can be a good source of info for the latest treatments as they can say for sure if something improves conception chances Good luck xx