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4 comments


  • lowamh

    I wish I had never had the chocolate cysts on both of my ovaries removed via laparoscopic surgery. I am 39, and my AMH levels were above average before the surgery, and now my AMH levels are that of a 50 year old, and I have almost no eggs left!

    December 31, 2019
    • EileenF

      hi lowamh I am so sorry to hear that! I read that amh can go back up some months after surgery?Did you have it retested?

      January 15, 2021
    • Natasha

      I similarly had a very high AMH level there was a cyst found during IUIs we were removing so they were doing a laproscopy/hysteroscopy anyhow so they removed a bit of endometriosis. Now we are trying to retrieve eggs for IVF and my AMH has taken a huge nose dive from 3.58 in 9/2020 to now hovering around 1 in 6/2021. I went from hearing I had good chances of retrieving around 15 eggs to now having only 3 follicles to retrieve this weekend. I am so perplexed. I am almost 38.5 and don’t want to waste any more time but am really hoping that my next cycle will be better. I have been a poor responder to stimulation for 2 tries, and its been 3 months since the surgery.

      July 08, 2021
  • Sibongile

    Am 29 years old, had 1 son, i did hysteroscopy and laparoscopy last year Sep.and I’ve been trying to conceive for 5yrs, till now nothing happened what should I do? Plz help me

    July 05, 2018

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