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  1. theodora12
  2. PGD
  3. Sunday, 09 March 2014
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Hello - I am 44 years old and trying to have baby number #2. I have had 3 miscarriages in the past 2 years. The most recent being last month at 8.5 weeks due to trisomy 15. My AMH is 1.36, My FSH is 8.8, my most recent antral follicle count was 9. It seems that I just have old eggs. My question is: would it be worthwhile to try IVF with PGD (CGH)? Or is it just throwing money away at this point? I'd appeciate your input. Thank You.
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DrTourgeman Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Theodora12-I do think this would be worthwhile as not all 44 year olds have as many resting follicles. Having said that, you should anticipate that some if not many of these embryos may not be normal, which is why the PGS may be helpful.
Hope that helps,
David Tourgeman, MD

Edited by DrTourgeman - 14.03.2014 12:54
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