This is my first post so apologies if it is in the wrong forum or feed. I am 31 and myself and partner have been TTC for nearly 14 months. I was recently referred to the women's hospital for further investigation. My partner's sperm count was fine and my hycosy came back that I had clear tubes. However, my amh was only 0.68 and I was told that I was negligible for ivf funding based on this.
They've told me I now have to wait for an fsh test on 2-4 day into my next period. If this comes back at a level that's either too high or too low then they won't find ivf. To add insult to injury, I have a bmi of 30.7 and the specialist also seems to think that I am just one of the minute percentage of women who has a rapid decrease in amh and there is no rhyme or reason.
As you can imagine, I am devastated. I left without asking anything else and just cried. To be honest, I have now read up on low amh and there seems to be many questions that I still have unanswered. Trawling through many sites, I have come across women who swear by vitamin d intake and I have started this over the last week as well as trying slim fast. I am now wondering if people have similar situations and what they have done.
There are some sites that mention follicles but I wasn't advised of this last time I went. Does this have an impact? Also, I am still ovulating and having periods (albeit, around 21 day cycles) so is clomid not an option? I've also read that people have had injections before to boost ovulation but again I am unsure if this would be an option for me. Sites have also mentioned dhea but again I have no idea what this is or even if I am eligible for this on NHS?
I feel that I can't really speak about this to family members as they will only worry but I am really depressed about the situation and what is best to do. I worry about work too as I am a teacher and have been getting time for appointments but I worry that if this continues then I will be questioned about this and wonder where I stand.
If anyone can offer any advice, I would be more that grateful. If only to lift the depression. I feel that everyone around me is pregnant or has just had a baby. Not that I am jealous of this as I am delighted for my friends but I just wonder if and when it will be my turn