Level of AMH as a predictor of the result of ovarian stimulation


Authors: P. Vrublovský
Authors‘ workplace: Gynekologicko-porodnické oddělení Nemocnice Šternberk, primář MUDr. M. Vaca ;  IVF Clinic, MUDr. Š. Machač, Ph. D.
Published in: Ceska Gynekol 2016; 81(1): 23-26

Overview

AMH levels are commonly measured in fertility clinics to assess ovarian reserve and give an indication of female fertility potential. AMH levels are useful in deciding on stimulation protocols for IVF cycles. High AMH levels are useful to confirm a diagnosis of polycystic ovaries. AMH is useful to predict ovarian response to stimulation. Currently AMH levels can not be used to predict a couple‘s ability to conceive naturally.

KEYWORDS:
AMH, ovarian stimulation, ovarian reserve, fertility


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