This case involves a 35-year-old female and a 42-year-old male. The male patient previously underwent a vasectomy 6 years prior, but had it successfully reversed. After attempting to conceive for almost a year, they were referred to a fertility clinic. The couple was evaluated by the staff at the clinic, and after their fertility testing was completed, they were informed that there were no obvious issues and that they should have over 40 percent chance of conception. The female patient then underwent multiple unsuccessful cycles of IVF for over a year. At that point, the physician performed an Anti-Mullerian Hormone test. The results led to the physician’s assessment, in which the woman’s eggs were not viable, thus she had a 5% chance of conception.