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Low Anti-Mullerian Hormone Levels
I am 27 years old and I just got the results of the AMH (anti-mullerian hormone) levels of 1.0. My day 3 FSH is normal. I was told that this means that I will not grow good eggs.
I am devastated, I was hoping to get pregnant and start having a family, but this news has caused me so much grief. Is there any hope for me with natural remedies to increase my eggs?
Treating Low Anti-Mullerian Hormone Levels naturally
The Anti-Mullerian Hormone is produced by the ovarian follicles and AMH levels are used to measure the number of antral follicles in the ovaries. Women with lower AMH have fewer follicles and produce a smaller number of eggs.
The AMH test is used more and more because the levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone do not change significantly throughout the menstrual cycle and can be measured anytime during the menstrual cycle.
Low levels are found in older women (over 38), while higher levels are found in women with PCOS.
Normal AMH levels are: 2.0 ? 6.8 ng/ml.
It is important to notice that a woman with low AMH levels can still conceive naturally.
This test is used to evaluate the fertility potential in relation to ovarian response during IVF treatments.
Because AMH levels correlate with the number of follicles, this test is a good predictor of ovarian response in an IVF cycle. Women with low AMH levels are more likely to have poor ovarian responders.
There are many things women with poor ovarian reserve can do naturally. There are a number of important vitamins that support healthy ovulation and help treat poor ovarian response.
The main are Vitamin C, E, L-Arginine and CoQ10. The Improve Egg Health Kit can help those with low ovarian reserve and it is an excellent support supplement kit for those women who are in desperate need to quickly improve their decreased ovarian reserve.
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