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    Infertility Trouble: Why You Should Start With AMH Testing

    April 2, 2019 / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in AMH Testing, Fertility Journey, Infertility Treatment


    Ladies, did you know that when you’re born you already have all the eggs your body will ever produce? You enter the world with hundreds of thousands of eggs that will remain inactive until puberty. This is a key reason why fertility declines more quickly with age among women. While men’s bodies continually produce sperm, a woman cannot make more eggs.

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    AMH Fertility Screening

    February 7, 2016 / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Low Ovarian Reserve, AMH Testing


    Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by the cells of immature (primordial) follicles in the ovaries. These follicles usually hold one egg that can be ovulated during a future menstrual cycle. When a woman is born, she already has all the eggs she will ever have. As she ages, the number of immature follicles that she produces will decrease until she goes through menopause. In fact, as the number of follicles declines, the AMH level decreases as well. This decline in AMH levels is a very clear-cut gauge of a woman's ovarian reserve (OR)...

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