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    Top 10 facts about anti-mullerian hormone levels and ovarian reserve testing

    Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is the substance that is responsible for destroying the mullerian ducts (female reproductive organs) in developing male embryos... read more

    Do AMH levels predict IVF pregnancy rates?

    Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) levels are now routinely used clinically to assess ovarian reserve. AMH levels are believed to reflect the pool of oocytes (eggs) that remain in the ovary (ies). Low AMH ... read more

    Ovarian reserve testing with Ovarian Assessment Report

    The Ovarian Assessment Report from ReproSource Fertility Diagnostics is used by some fertility clinics—including InVia Fertility Specialists—for ovarian reserve testing in patients. According to ... read more

    Using Androgel or DHEA for infertility

    If you are having trouble getting pregnant and are a poor ovarian responder, you may have heard that ovarian response can be increased with testosterone during IVF. The possibility of using ... read more

    What are the ongoing pregnancy rates in women with extremely low AMH levels?

    is a test commonly used for testing ovarian reserve. AMH levels reflect the number of eggs (oocyte pool) that remain in the ovary(ies). AMH levels will decline as a woman ages. AMH levels also ... read more

    Do AMH levels vary across normal menstrual cycles?

    Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is a commonly used biomarker of ovarian reserve. AMH levels decrease with age and reach undetectable levels approximately 5 years before menopause. AMH levels are thought ... read more

    Pregnancy and the Aging Female

    “Gwen Stefani’s baby bump makes its red carpet debut!” “Halle Berry is a mom again at age 47!” The tabloids and celebrity TV shows are full of celebrities who have had babies in their forties. Mariah ... read more

    Low AMH level NOT predictive of lower pregnancy rate in young healthy women

    A previous blog regarding AMH levels was greeted by more than 150 questions from interested readers. A common question was regarding the clinical significance of a low AMH level. I am young and my ... read more

    Can IVF Patients with Undetectable AMH Levels Get Pregnant?

    In the April 2014 issue of the journal Fertility and Sterility (Fertil Steril 2014;101:1012-8), Reichman et al. assessed the value of anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) as a prognostic indicator of in ... read more

    Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) and age

    Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is a useful measure of the follicular supply in a woman. It is generally accepted that as a woman ages, the follicular supply decreases and AMH levels decrease. Blood ... read more

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