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Had implantation, with small area of Adenomyosis. U/S showed one follicle matured. Is this enough to conceive?

hi i have a small area of adenomyosis , told not affecting me and factor 5 leiden-heterozygous..told shouldnt affect implantation .. amh v.low and fsH was 12.3 last year..told last month from scan only one follicle that was 13 mm is this mature enough to conceive and for implantation? anything i can do to improve quality?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
For me to comment on your scan, you need to tell me what day it was done.
13 mm follicle, on day 14, in a stimulated cycle, is certainly not enough for conception and implantation.
Your AMH is very low, and FSH is quite high, which indicates a diminished ovarian reserve.
This means that you have low capacity to produce mature eggs, and egg quality is also low.
There is no known treatment for this condition.
You have to take help of ART ( assisted reproductive technologies ) and ovulation induction agents to produce more eggs.
Also, you can take DHEA supplements as they sometimes help in boosting ovarian reserve.
A last option would be considering egg donation.
Consult a reliable Fertility expert at the earliest, as further ageing and time would only worsen your ovarian reserve.
take care/
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