So, I'm new to this board. I have 2 grown DDs, but I remarried in Apr 2014 and started TTC right away since DH is childless. After 6 months, I was diagnosed with extremely low AMH. I've done the clomid thing and one cycle of injectables with IUI. I've gotten 2 BFPs (within the last year). The first was ectopic and the second was a MMC at 9 weeks. I actually had to take a pill to complete the loss process on the day after my 41st birthday.
I've been taking multiple vitamin supps for many months (D, E, B, and Omega 3-6-9). Two months ago, I added DHEA, Maca, and Ubiquinol to the supp list.
I had a pos OPK today and for the first time since my injectable cycle, I'm having extensive O pain. So, I'm a little hopeful but only a little because I know my odds are practically non-existent of getting and staying pregnant with my own eggs.
Anyone else older in age, have low AMH, and/or taking tons of supps every day? I'd love to hear your story.
My RE says he'll do another IUI if I wasn't to try but IVF is the suggestion. I would consider donor eggs. The issue is the cost. So, DH and I are going to start stashing money away for a trip to Greece for a DE IVF if the next IUI fails. It's going to take us a while to save up the money, but my understanding is that we have a little more time if we're willing to do DE IVF.
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