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Difficulty in conceiving, failed IUI and IVF, no improvement with hormonal medicines, have low AMH. Is ovigyn safe?

i am nini age 37 , married last 5 yrs. i m trying to concive but not . from last 5 yrs i have done iui & ivf but not sucessful. after that i have taken lots of hormonal medcins like clomifene from which i got pragnent and miscarriage ,later i take letroze but invain. my Amh is very low , is it possible i take ovigyn D . is it safe.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Hello Rifatara,
well, low AMH levels may indicate a low follicular reserve which means your ovaries may have been depleted of enough eggs.OVIGYN D is a hormone containing DHEAS , which have shown to improve the follicular reserve in many studies.So it is safe for you and you can have it. If still your follicles don't develop well, you can go for IVF with donor eggs.good luck
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