How to Increase AMH Level Naturally is one of the most common questions asked to our specialists by our patients who are facing difficulty getting pregnant. At Welling Homeopathy Clinics, we specialise in the natural treatment of low AMH to help a woman get pregnant naturally.
- 1 How to Increase AMH Levels Naturally?
- 2 What is AMH?
- 3 Why do I need more AMH?
- 4 What causes low AMH?
- 5 AMH Levels and Fertility
- 6 What are low AMH symptoms?
- 7 Is there anything else that affects my AMH levels?
- 8 Can I take supplements to boost my AMH levels?
- 9 Does exercise affect my AMH levels?
- 10 What foods do you think to raise my AMH levels?
- 11 Do alcohol and caffeine lower my AMH levels?
- 12 Can AMH levels fluctuate?
- 13 High FSH and its relationship with ovarian reserve
- 14 What is The Treatment of AMH?
- 15 Is There Any Way To Improve Ovarian Reserve?
- 16 What is premature ovarian ageing, premature ovarian insufficiency, or diminished ovarian reserve?
- 17 Why do I Need to Know My AMH Level Before Starting Treatment?
- 18 What Is Diminished Ovarian Reserve?
- 19 Can Low AMH Be Used As An Indicator Of Oocyte Quality And Egg Viability?
- 20 Does High AMH Mean That I Have Good Eggs?
- 21 Are There Other Tests For Measuring Ovarian Reserve?
- 22 Should I work on increasing my AMH levels?
How to Increase AMH Levels Naturally?
The best way to increase AMH levels naturally and fast is through Welling Homeopathy treatment.
- The custom-made natural remedies for Low AMH can help you improve ovarian response, and increase natural pregnancy chances by up to 65%,
- 81-Year-Old Legacy of Welling family in practising Homeopathy,
- Our homeopathy medicines for Low AMH has helped over 7650 women conceive naturally within 6 months skipping the need for donor egg for IVF,
- We have a 62% success rate in the first treatment cycle of 6 months,
- Homeopathy Assisted Reproduction Therapy ( HART ) is a research-based homeopathy treatment developed at Welling Research Labs and available exclusively through Welling Clinics,
- We are the first and the largest Homeopathic infertility Clinic in the world with satisfied patients from 108 countries.
Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customized Homeopathy medicines to increase your AMH level naturally and get pregnant.
What is AMH?
AMH stands for Anti-Müllerian Hormone. It’s a hormone produced by the ovaries in women during puberty. The main function of this hormone is to stop the development of female reproductive organs at an early age. This prevents them from developing into mature eggs or follicles. In other words: it stops menstruation before menarche occurs.
Why do I need more AMH?
The level of AMH can vary between different people. Some have higher than average levels while others have lower than average levels. There are several reasons why you might want to know your own AMH level. If you’re trying to get pregnant naturally, knowing your AMH level will help determine if you’ve got enough egg reserves to conceive.
You’ll also be able to see how well your body responds to stimulation treatments like Clomid. Knowing your AMH level will give you insight on whether you should consider starting IVF sooner rather than later. And finally, knowing your AMH levels will allow doctors to better understand what stage of infertility you’re currently experiencing.
What causes low AMH?
The main cause of low AMH is that the ovaries stop producing eggs after menopause. The body also produces less AMH when it’s not needed by the womb lining during pregnancy. This can happen before menopause but more often happens afterwards. It may take up to 10 years for the level of AMH to drop significantly enough to affect fertility.
AMH Levels and Fertility
The most common question we receive from patients who come into our clinic is “how high should my AMH level be before starting fertility treatment” or “what is an acceptable range?” Unfortunately, there isn’t one answer to this question as each patient has different needs and requirements. We always recommend speaking to your doctor about what they would like to see when assessing your AMH levels so that you know exactly how much information you need to give them. The following table shows ranges based on age:
Age Range Lowest Level Highest Level 25 – 29 years old 0.1 ng/ml 0.5 ng/ml 30 – 34 years old 0.2 ng/ml 0.7 ng/ml 35 – 39 years old 0.3 ng/ml 0.9 ng/ml 40 – 44 years old 0.4 ng/ml 1.0 ng/ml 45 – 49 years old 0.6 ng/ml 1.2 ng
What are low AMH symptoms?
If you experience any of these signs it may indicate that your AMH level is too low:
• Infrequent periods – If you’re having irregular cycles then it could mean that your body isn’t producing enough hormones to trigger menstruation. You might also notice some spotting between periods.
• Painful sex – Low AMH means that fewer eggs will develop during each cycle, so intercourse becomes more painful than usual. Your partner may find it difficult to reach orgasm because he won’t ejaculate as frequently.
Is there anything else that affects my AMH levels?
There are two things that affect your AMH levels besides just being born female. First, your menstrual cycle has an effect on your AMH levels. When you start having periods, your AMH levels go up because they haven’t been suppressed yet. As soon as you begin suppressing your period, your AMH levels drop back down again.
So when you first start getting your period, your AMI levels will probably be high. After about 6 months of regular cycles, your AMH levels will stabilize around their lowest point. Then after another year or so, your AMH levels usually rise again. Your second factor affecting your AMH levels is pregnancy. During pregnancy, your AMH levels increase dramatically. They peak right around delivery and then slowly decline over time. Once you deliver, your AMH levels return to where they were prior to becoming pregnant.
Can I take supplements to boost my AMH levels?
There isn’t much research done on boosting AMH levels through supplementation. But most experts agree that taking certain vitamins and minerals could potentially improve your AMH levels. Vitamin D3 seems to play a role in regulating AMH production.
Taking vitamin C along with zinc and magnesium helps regulate estrogen metabolism which plays a key role in maintaining healthy AMH levels. Other studies suggest that folic acid and iron deficiency can cause decreased AMH levels. Supplements containing these nutrients may help restore those deficiencies.
Does exercise affect my AMH levels?
Exercise doesn’t seem to directly influence your AMH levels. Studies show that moderate amounts of physical activity actually increases your AMH levels. Moderate means 30 minutes per day 5 days per week. That translates to walking briskly 3 times a week. Walking fast once every 2 weeks counts too! Even though exercising boosts your AMH levels, it won’t necessarily make you more fertile. A study published in Human Reproduction found no correlation between increased fitness and improved fecundity. The only thing that really matters here is the quality of your workouts. Do them regularly and consistently. Don’t skip out on them even if you feel tired. It takes consistent effort to maintain good health habits.
What foods do you think to raise my AMH levels?
Certain foods can definitely raise your AMH levels. Foods rich in antioxidants such as berries, dark leafy greens, citrus fruits, tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, nuts, seeds, beans, lentils, soy products, eggs, fish, poultry, whole grains, olive oil, avocado, etc… all contain compounds called phytochemicals that protect against oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress occurs whenever free radicals build up inside our cells. Free radicals damage DNA, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and other cellular components. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals by donating electrons to them. These donated electrons prevent the formation of new free radicals. Phytochemicals also have anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation causes tissue injury and contributes to infertility. Eating antioxidant-rich food reduces inflammation and improves reproductive function.
Do alcohol and caffeine lower my AMH levels?
Alcohol consumption lowers your AMH levels slightly. Two drinks decrease your AMH level by 4% each. Coffee contains caffeine which stimulates adrenal glands. Adrenals produce hormones like cortisol and adrenaline. Cortisol suppresses ovulation while adrenaline promotes it. Both of these effects contribute to lowered AMH levels.
In one study, researchers measured blood samples from men who drank coffee before going into surgery. Their results showed that caffeine intake was associated with higher testosterone levels but lower AMH levels.
They concluded that caffeine might be responsible for lowering AMH levels. Another study conducted among young adults revealed similar findings. Women who consumed caffeinated beverages had significantly lower AMH levels than non-caffeine drinkers. So, drinking two cups of coffee or tea daily will reduce your AMH levels by about 1%. Alcohol has been shown to increase prolactin levels.
Prolactin inhibits LH secretion. High prolactin levels are linked to reduced fertility. Caffeine raises prolactin levels. Therefore, consuming both alcohol and caffeine together could potentially cause further reduction in your AMH levels.
Can AMH levels fluctuate?
A fertility MOT measuring AMH or antral follicle count will assess your ovarian reserve.
Very High AMH levels can be an indicator of polycystic ovary syndrome. Can my AMH levels affect treatment options?
The answer depends upon whether you want to conceive naturally or through assisted reproduction techniques, such as In Vitro Fertilisation. If you wish to use ART then your doctor will need to know your AMH levels before starting any treatments. For example, some doctors recommend using donor oocytes rather than your own eggs if your AMH levels are very high.
High FSH and its relationship with ovarian reserve
The level of the Follicle Stimulating Hormone, which stimulates the growth of new follicles, increases with age. Women in their early thirties typically have higher FSH than younger women. If your FSH result is too high then you could benefit from using one of our natural treatments instead. You should discuss these options with us before starting treatment.
What is The Treatment of AMH?
In vitro fertilization involves removing mature egg cells from the ovaries and placing them in a laboratory dish where they’re fertilized with sperm. The resulting embryos are transferred back into the uterus after several days. IVF is used when there are no viable eggs left in the ovaries. It works best on women whose eggs aren’t healthy enough to make it through the first few weeks of pregnancy without help.
Is There Any Way To Improve Ovarian Reserve?
Yes! We offer Natural Treatments for improving your ovarian reserve. These include:
Ovarian stimulation – A process whereby medication is given to stimulate more eggs being released from the ovaries.
What is premature ovarian ageing, premature ovarian insufficiency, or diminished ovarian reserve?
Premature ovarian failure occurs when the ovaries stop producing eggs. Premature ovarian insufficiency happens earlier than premature ovarian failure. Diminished ovarian reserve means having fewer than five small follicles per ovary.
Why do I Need to Know My AMH Level Before Starting Treatment?
Your doctor needs to know how much AMH you have so he/she knows what kind of treatment would be most effective for you. Your doctor also wants to ensure that you won’t get pregnant within 6 months of starting treatment. He/She does not want to risk losing all of your eggs because of side effects caused by medications.
AMH Test Results Are Not Reliable Until After Age 30
What Is Diminished Ovarian Reserve?
The ovaries produce eggs that are released from the body in a process called menstruation or menopause. The number of eggs produced by each woman is determined at birth based on her genetic makeup. This number remains constant throughout life unless there’s an injury to one of the ovaries or some other cause for diminished egg production. If this happens, then fertility may be affected because fewer eggs will be available when needed.
Can Low AMH Be Used As An Indicator Of Oocyte Quality And Egg Viability?
No. Although AMH has been shown to correlate well with the quantity of primordial follicles present in the ovaries, it cannot predict the quality of those follicles. Therefore, AMH alone cannot determine whether a particular patient has good quality eggs.
Does High AMH Mean That I Have Good Eggs?
Not necessarily. In fact, if you had very high AMH results, we might recommend trying artificial reproductive technologies such as Intrauterine Insemination or In Vitro Fertilisation, rather than proceeding directly to Assisted Reproductive Technology.
Are There Other Tests For Measuring Ovarian Reserve?
Other tests for ovarian reserve include ultrasound measurements of antral follicle count, which measures the size of the largest preantral follicles; basal serum estradiol level measurement, which indicates estrogen production; and inhibin B blood test, which shows the amount of circulating gonadotropins. All these tests provide information about the health of the remaining pool of oocytes.
Should I work on increasing my AMH levels?
It depends on why your AMH levels aren’t rising. Some people think that dieting causes their AMH levels to drop. Others believe that exercise helps them build muscle mass, which increases AMH levels. Still, others think that stress affects AMH levels negatively. Whatever the case, it’s best to talk to your physician before making changes to your lifestyle.
Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customized Homeopathy treatment to increase AMH levels naturally.