The hormone that predicts the future of your fertility
Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) is a hormone produced by the developing follicles in a woman’s ovaries. Therefore, measuring AMH levels gives an indication of a woman’s egg reserve (how many eggs are left in the ovaries).
High levels of AMH indicate that there are sufficient follicles developing in the ovaries, while low levels suggest that egg reserves are low. Your AMH levels can be measured by a blood test at any time during your menstrual cycle.
AMH naturally decreases with age as the ovarian reserve is depleted. AMH levels are considered “satisfactory” if they are above 21.98 pmol/l, although age and other circumstances should be taken into account for a more accurate assessment.
Measurement of AMH is part of the initial evaluation of the couple with fertility problems, but it can also be useful in women who do not yet wish to become mothers and want to know their fertility potential and for specialists it is a way of being able to tell them “how much longer they can wait”.
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