I’m so glad I found this forum!
I just turned 35 a couple months ago, and as DH and I have been trying to conceive since April, my OBgyn thought we should have an AMH test. The result came back as super low, 0.43. I was really shocked and upset, and we now have an appointment to consult with an RE next week.
I haven’t yet had a day 3 FSH or antral follicle count done.
The AMH result has me freaking out. My mother and grandmother both went through menopause around 52, so I thought I had more time, but I feel like the AMH is telling me I have very little ovarian reserve left.
What questions should I ask the RE in our consult?
I was on birth control pills for years, and just went off in March (April was my first period without BCP). My periods have been regular ever since, though the first couple months were pretty light (so maybe took some time for my body to adjust). I do have an LH surge an ovulation pain, so I think I’m ovulating. Is it possible for my body to still be a little suppressed from the BCP, causing the low AMH?
Does anyone know if the First response FSH/fertility test is accurate? I’ve done it twice and both times it said “normal” but I don’t know that it’s very accurate! I read somewhere that it doesn’t tell you FSH is high unless it’s super high, and you can still have DOR.