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Trying to conceive, Dr advised IUI. AMH level low. Does it mean infertility?

hi, i am 31 years and have been trying for baby for 6mtnhs. my dr. has sugested IUI thi AMH leveles are low at 1.14. she has given me 5 tab of siphene 100mg and HUMOG 75 -4 injections already. One more on D10 (sat).Total 5. she could already see 2 follicles on day 8. Need a 2nd opinion from you regarding the procedure. Does low AMH levels mean infertility? does that mean i cannot conceive naturally?does low AMH means i do not ovulate every month?
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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A low AMH - suggest that there are fewer follicles in the ovary.
The consultant has given you medication to stimulate these follicle which will help you form follicle that might contain the egg.

The chance to get pregnant with low AMH is lower than a person with a normal value
BY doing an IUI - it can be made sure that around your ovulation the sperm has been available for you to get pregnant
It improves your chance to fall pregnant
hope to have answered your query

dr nandita thakkar
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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