Getting Pregnant With Low AMH

Treatment of Low AMH at Welling Homeopathy Clinics includes carefully chosen Homeopathy medicines for Low AMH according to our very effective treatment process, directed at helping you conceive naturally with the present ovarian reserve. The Homeopathy treatment process developed at our research labs has been effective for the last 10 years for women from more than 108 countries.

So let’s see more about AMH and how it affects your fertility levels.

AMH or anti-mullerian hormone is a laboratory test that OBGYN and fertility doctors may use to assess a woman’s ovarian reserve or egg count.

This is also known as ” ovarian reserve.” It does not tell us anything about the quality of your eggs. The AMH is a relatively novel marker of measuring ovarian reserve, introduced into clinical practice somewhere around 2005.

Low AMH means that you have a low ovarian reserve, but it doesn’t mean that you are not able to conceive naturally.

But age-specific baselines for AMH and FSH levels more accurately assess a woman’s ovarian reserve status.

High FSH and its relationship with ovarian reserve Low AMH results generally coincide with high FSH results, and both of these together is an indicator of low ovarian reserve.

Therefore, by reading the levels of an AMH blood test a fertility doctor can determine the size of the remaining egg supply – or “ovarian reserve.” With increasing female age, the size of their pool of remaining microscopic follicles decreases.

Remember AMH tells you what your ovarian reserve is now.

They can’t predict how quickly your ovarian reserve will decline in the future and they can’t predict if you will be able to get pregnant spontaneously on your own.

While your AMH level isn’t a crystal ball into your fertility future meaning it is not a predictor of your ability to conceive today or at a certain time in the future it does give you more info about your reproductive health: an understanding of your ovarian reserve, egg freezing or IVF outcomes, menopause timing, and conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and premature ovarian insufficiency (POI).

We strongly encourage women who are thus diagnosed with low anti-Mullerian hormone not to delay fertility treatment because this hormone and ovarian reserve continue to decline with age.

IVF with low AMH Levels

The probability of success with an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle largely depends on a woman’s ovarian reserve and her ability to produce a large number of high-quality eggs in a cycle.

For some women with an extremely low ovarian reserve , if several rounds of IVF have not been successful, time constraints make egg donation the preferred route to a successful pregnancy.

Unfortunately, a number of supplements, like DHEA, have been touted as a possible way to boost ovarian reserve, but there’s no reliable science to back up those claims.

As you get older, your ovarian reserve and your AMH levels naturally decline.

Women with chronic illnesses like endometriosis may have lower ovarian reserve.

When ovarian reserve is low there will not be many follicles recruited, and the levels of oestrogen released will be low.

This is why women with a diminished ovarian reserve will have high FSH levels when this is tested on day 3 of the cycle.

However, due to the fact that levels can vary from month to month, we now prefer to test AMH results for a more accurate insight into ovarian reserve.

How low is too low when it comes to AMH?

An AMH test is the best biochemical marker of a woman’s ovarian reserve. 

AMH levels  under 0.5 ng/mL are considered very low, suggesting a diminished or poor ovarian reserve that could mean pregnancy is less likely to happen.

How to increase AMH levels naturally?

Those with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often have raised levels of AMH so an AMH test may be less accurate in predicting ovarian reserve in those with PCOS.

The good news is that although low AMH means that you have a low ovarian reserve, it doesn’t mean that you will not be able to conceive naturally. It is completely possible to get pregnant with your own eggs or donor eggs with low AMH. After all, it just takes one healthy egg.

Your AMH level won’t tell the whole of your fertility story — there are other ways to boost your fertility. If you are struggling you may be advised to try IVF, but it all depends on your personal situation. Getting pregnant naturally may be less likely if the levels fall below low, but you will be able to discuss all the options with your doctor.

Homeopathy treatment for low AMH can help you conceive naturally even if you have low AMH. You need a detailed evaluation by our specialist to know if you can get pregnant with our homeopathic treatment for AMH.

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