Hey everyone! I hope you all are doing well. My name is Monika and I am 35 years old. Due to being an anorexic patient, who didn’t have her AF on time, it has been very difficult for me to conceive. However, it was definitely my mistake that I didn’t visit the doctors. Seeking help is very important. Anyways, after 4 years of TTC and many BFN tests, I finally went to the doctor. After doing several tests he came up with a conclusion. According to him, my ovary reserve is extremely poor. Has anyone else gone through this? I need serious advice as to what I should do. Some help would really help. Thank you in advance.02/05/2018 at 5:40 pm
Amenorrhea (absence of menstrual periods) might result in women and girls when their body fat falls below the necessary threshold for menstruation and maintenance of ovulation. The body considers that it does’t have or receive the required nutrients for maintaining a baby and therefore ceases to ovulate. In other words, anorexia can lead to female infertility for this reason.
However, if you recover from anorexia, start nourishing your body adequately, normal menses are expected to resume. When you start having normal periods, it means that your body is ovulating again, and this translates into higher chances of conceiving.
If you continue experiencing trouble TTC in spite of the weight restoration and the normal menstrual periods, my advice is that you visit a fertility specialist, as you very well did. The next step is to ask your doctor for further advice on the best fertility treatment or option to finally fulfill your dream of having a baby.
I hope I have been able to help,
Best wishes02/06/2018 at 8:40 am
Low ovarian reserve means, when there is a decrease in the eggs. Generally, this happens with the increasing age. One can go for IVF process, but it totally depends on the number of eggs and its quality. Low ovarian eggs have low chances of getting pregnant and miscarriages. Follow instructions and strict healthy diet which can help to get pregnant.05/11/2018 at 12:54 pm
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