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Menstrual Disorder and Infertility
Are you suffering low AMH value and have experienced recurrent failures in the past?
Q. As a couple struggling to conceive, what steps should we take to identify the root cause of our fertility issues?
If you struggle to conceive, you should visit a fertility specialist as soon as possible. The most basic tests include hormone levels, AntiMullerian Hormone (AMH) test, ultrasound for women, and semen analysis for men. These tests will help identify the underlying cause of Infertility, helping us develop a personalized treatment plan for you.
Q) Can the AMH test determine the chances of natural conception in the foreseeable future?
No, this test cannot be a basis for an accurate understanding of a woman's chances for natural conception.
Q) Who should be tested for low AMH?
Any woman considering her fertility options should get this test.
Q) What is the healthy range in an AMH test?
Any figure below 1 ng/ml is considered low AMH. The ideal range is between 1.5 ng/ml and 3.5 ng/ml.
Q) Does a high level of AMH indicate I am fertile?
No, AMH levels exceeding 3ng/ml is considered unhealthy. Among other issues, you could have irregular periods if your AMH levels are excessively high.