Hello everyone! I'm not completely new here, but it's been quite a while since I've posted. DH and I have been TTC #1 for at least 4 years now and the fact that I'm turning 36 in a few months has really got my clock ticking louder. So, we have seen an RE, had all of the initial testing and basically the only thing they could find to explain why we might be having a difficult time is my AMH is 0.2. I was devastated. However.......I've been doing a lot of research on this and I've found that maybe it's not so devastating as it sounds and there are success stories. So, we will be starting 3 rounds of clomid/IUI after we return from vacation in October. My RE is fabulous and she's told me not to give up hope, that it's only a number, and often times it's not a true indicator of what the future holds. She even said that it's still possible to conceive naturally, but I don't want to risk waiting too long. So, while I'm a little scared, I'm also looking forward to it and hoping for the best!!! Baby dust to all!!!!!