MAFS' Hayley Vernon breaks during tragic IVF admission: 'Can't stop crying'
The reality star had hoped to fall pregnant by the end of this year.
Married at First Sight star Hayley Vernon has broken down in tears as she shared a devastating update on her IVF journey.
The OnlyFans star has been vocal about her desire to have children, with the 35-year-old telling Yahoo Lifestyle last month she was quitting her lucrative career as an escort because she wanted to be a mum.
The star was planning to ‘reinvent herself’ and was hoping to fall pregnant with the help of IVF and a sperm donor this year.
In a video posted to TikTok, Hayley sat in her car as she told her followers she could not stop crying following an appointment with her doctor.
"She said to me, she's like, 'Your AMH levels are at like a 4.8'," she said.
"I have no idea what the f*** that means.
"She's like, 'You're really close to being infertile'."
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The MAFS season 7 star was then hoping for some good news from followers and asked if anybody had been successful in conceiving or with egg retrieval with such low levels.
"I feel like I'm hyperventilating," she added.
The reality TV star said she had an upcoming appointment with an IVF doctor to get more information however when she asked her doctor if she had heard of anyone having success with egg retrieval with an AMH level of 4.8, the health professional said, 'No'.
After the video was shared on Instagram, a number of celebrity pals posted messages of support for Hayley following the heartbreaking reveal.
"I cried watching this. I’d go to another doctor. I’ve heard so many miracle stories. Don’t give up," Sophie Monk encouraged.
"I had really low levels when I did my egg freezing (I can’t remember how low though) but got 5 mature, usable eggs to freeze from one round. My understanding was the blood test is not the be all and end all. I had mine done four years earlier and my reserves were super low. My GP who did the tests was so negative about it I absolutely panicked," former MAFS bride Clare Verrall wrote.
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"What a heartbreaking admission to receive. I believe there’s ALWAYS hope though … Wishing her all the very best, love and strength," MAFS' Sarah Roza added.
Hayley told Yahoo Lifestyle last month her age has had an impact on the decision to have a baby by herself and added that if she ‘"doesn’t have children in the next few years, that ship will sail".
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