I’m so sorry you’re going through this. I was also 32 when I was told I have low ovarian reserve (and had exactly the same reaction - I didn’t ask any questions and the doctor wasn’t very forthcoming with much explanation).
We carried on trying for a while and eventually went on to have IVF at ARGC, we now have a one year old and 6 frozen embryos, so there is hope I promise! My husbands situation was different to yours but from speaking to the doctors at ARGC, even if you have a low ovarian reserve there is still a possibility to conceive naturally, if you’re ovulating - you’re releasing an egg each month! There’s also lots you can do to help improve egg quality too to help improve your chances in terms of eating and drinking (no caffeine or alcohol), lots of dark leafy greens, CoQ10 supplements and folic acid.
I know there’s a lot of controversy around ARGC and I’ve heard some people say they have no ‘bedside manner’ but I found them to be incredible, all the nurses were so lovely and supportive and the doctors also answered all of my questions, it’s pregnancy bootcamp and is full on but it worked for us and I’ll forever be grateful for them.
Happy to chat if you need, PM me.
Wishing you lots of luck and sending positive vibes to you