The Fertility Hormone Test

Low AMH

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The egg stock in the female ovarian bank is like a bank account. How many eggs can you use? Just like how much money you have left in your bank. But it is a pity that the money in your bank can be earned back after you use it, and your egg stock will be gone!

 

Women have a fixed egg stock but why does each person's egg stock differ so much when they reach the age of 20, 30, and 40?

 

This is because:

  • School or work pressure that affects your ovulation function, too many eggs can not mature, the inventory will become less and less.
     

  • Lifestyles and eating diet will also directly affect ovulation function.
     

  • Ovulation medicine or IVF, acupuncture and hormone stimulate you to ovulate a lot in a short time

 

The AMH test can also let you know:

  • Do you have enough eggs in your ovaries?

  • Is your ovary functioning normally?

  • Are there signs of ovarian function decline?

So what exactly is AMH?

AMH (Anti Mullerian Hormone) is a hormone secreted by the developing follicular cells. It has been proved by clinical experiments that it can effectively predict the stock of follicles in the ovary (Ovarian Reserve).

 

Compared with other traditional biological indicators, AMH has many obvious advantages in assessing ovarian reserve. It is the most accurate biomarker of ovarian aging. It can reflect the decline of ovarian reserve with age earlier, and its level is not affected by menstrual cycles, hormonal contraceptives, and the impact of pregnancy. Therefore, AMH is the most stable and reliable indicator of ovarian reserve function.