The Level of Anti-Müllerian Hormone of Aged Women

Dr. Olena Mozghova


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The level of anti-Müllerian hormone of aged women

Women in their forties who want stimulation on their cells ask the question: “I have quite high AMH levels, can you make me many embryos?”Women in their forties who want stimulation on their cells ask the question: “I have quite high AMG, can you make me many embryos?” We approach this question very carefully and examine a woman not only for the level of anti-Müllerian hormone, but also for the ratio of follicle-stimulating, luteinizing hormone, as well as beta-inhibin. In addition, we must perform an ultrasound examination, where we measure the volume of the ovaries, all parameters of blood flow in the ovaries and the number of antral follicles.

?AMG or anti-Mullerian hormone is a marker of the ovarian reserve of women.
?The number of follicles is determined by the concentration of the hormone
?The level of AMH decreases with the age of a woman, especially quickly after 40
?A level below the norm may indicate the onset of menopause within 4-5 years.
?The probability of getting pregnant with low AMH is insignificant – there are few eggs in the ovaries ready for conception.
?It is impossible to artificially increase AMH, but there is still a chance to conceive and bear a child, which increases the likelihood of IVF.
?If follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) has increased, and AMH is critically low, there is practically no chance of getting an egg, pregnancy is unlikely.
?If the level of AMH is very low, it is recommended to resort to IVF with donor oocytes.