Started TTC Nov 2010, 3 early miscarriages (March, June, August 2011)
Me: 27, DH: 26
Referred to Benenden Hospital, Mr Hefni in Dec 2011...
Had vaginal u/s found i had polycystic ovaries So testing began...Bloodwork, urine, follicular tracking (i ovulate) and husband SA (great). Put on Metformin 1500mg/day.
3 months later...
So i went for my followup to get my bloods back and they said my FSH is good 148 (needed to be below 150), my LH is good, my thyroid is good, but my AMH is a bit low. The doctor skimmed past this, all he said was i may be "resistant to treatment" (whatever that means), and "your still young so you have youth on your side".
Its not until i got home that i am now freaking out So what does AMH mean? I ovulate so whats wrong with me? Why cant i seem to carry a baby? Im so stressed! He has prescribed Clomid to start next month, for 3 months. I don't know what to expect.
I was thinking i have been put on clomid as my eggs may not be maturing properly or something? I dont understand. Y do doctors breeze past stuff and make me think everything is ok, then google shatters my hopes
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