Hope I'm not out of line posting here, but I was lurking...
I have DOR (AMH was 0.54 in 2011) and got pregnant through IUI/Clomid. I wanted to say that I lurked around a bunch of different forums after I got my diagnosis (and still continue to do so because I plan to TTC again in the future) and I also really got into reading medical journal articles on DOR/POF, etc. I'm a Fragile X premutation carrier so I know what caused my DOR. I was told I had less than a ten percent chance of conceiving even with ART and told to go straight to IVF. After I got pregnant, my RE told me my pregnancy through just Clomid/IUI was pretty much a miracle.
However, on many of the boards I have lurked/posted on, I have seen women with very low AMH levels (or high FSH levels) get pregnant. When I was pregnant there was a woman on fertility friend dot com who had an undetectable level of AMH who was pregnant. I think she got pregnant through an IUI, too. I also have read medical articles where women with FSH levels at post-menopausal levels (I'm talking over 100) have gotten pregnant through IVF.
At any rate, just wanted to give you a few links that I found helpful:
The above forum has a thread of many, many amazing success stories of women who have gotten pregnant with DOR or POF...some of them naturally or just with using supps or chinese medicine, etc.
www.fertilityfriend.com also has some great forums, but you have to pay to see the boards.
This clinic has a bunch of research articles that are very interesting and does a ton of research on incorporating DHEA into DOR/POF protocals:
Here is another good forum :
And this is the pregnant despite high fsh/dor/pof:
So be encouraged that there are alot of women out there who have had success even with bad numbers. Sometimes I think doctors give us "worst case scenarios." WHen I was pregnant, my baby had IUGR (I had severe pre-e) and was told all of these horrible things about how my babies long bones were going to be shortened (i.e. he would have short little arms and legs) and an oversized head and would only weigh 4 lbs and could be all sorts of negatively affected...but he came out pretty healthy-just a little skinny. My point is that I think sometimes docs just want to prepare us for the worst in case it happens, but be comforted in knowing that there are alot success stories out there. :)