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Today I wanted to talk about a topic that is near and dear to my own story – low AMH and donor eggs.  AMH, or anti-mullerian hormone is a hormone that is made in the reproductive tissues and can give you pieces of information about the puzzle that is your infertility story.  

I didn’t know anything about AMH until I was well into my fertility journey.  On today’s episode I talk about what is AMH, why it’s important to know, what it means (and doesn’t mean) and how it relates to possibly having to use donor eggs to build your family. 

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  1. This was hugely helpful, thank you!! I also have severely low AMH and felt like my only option was to jump right in to donor eggs, but will discuss further with my doctor. Thanks!

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