Low AMH – Causes of low AMH & Treatment Centre in Delhi

Low AMH – Causes And Treatment

AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) is a glycoprotein hormones secreted by pre-antral follicles and small antral follicles of the ovary. The hormone helps in idenitfying if the baby has any working testicular tissues. The test measures the levels of anti-mullerian hormone in the body. The levels are representative of a person’s egg count. 

By the time of puberty a woman has about 100,000 eggs in the ovaries. When she reaches around 40 years of age there are less than 10,000 eggs that remain in the ovaries. Menopause is reached when no eggs are left in the ovaries and the reproductive organs do not have to prepare themselves every month for pregnancy. 

More about anti-mullerian hormone test:

AMH is used to test the egg reserve in a woman’s ovaries. It defines the potential of a woman to get pregnant. The test can be conducted on any day of the menstrual cycle. The other tests of ovarian reserve like FSH has to be done on a specific day of the period i.e., day 1 or day 2 of the menstrual cycle.

The normal AMH levels are between 1-3.5 ng/ml. Any AMH level above 2ng/ml is considered a good value, and level <1ng/ml is considered low. Levels less than 0.3ng/ml are considered very low. 

Women with Polycystic ovaries have AMH level > 3.5ng/ml. AMH level reduces with age, younger women usually have AMH > 3.5 ng/l and more than 40years have < 1 ng/ml. AMH can also be expressed as picomol/ml, where the values are multiplied by a factor of 7.

Causes of Low AMH: 

  • Age
  • Endometriosis
  • Genetic factor
  • Auto-immune diseases
  • Cancer treatment
  • Excessive smoking
  • Environmental issues
  • Obesity 

Note: Women taking birth control pills and who have are receiving medication for pituitary down regulation may show falsely low AMH levels.

Treatment of Low AMH

Usually there is no specific treatment for low AMH. However with adequate lifestyle management, taking vitamins and supplements can improve pregnancy outcomes significantly.

Anti-mullerian hormone test treatment and more at Advance Fertility Clinic

At Advanced Fertility and Gynae Centre we have had reasonable success with women with low AMH. One must know that having low AMH does not mean you cannot get pregnant. Older women with AMH fare much worse than younger women. 

Multiple cycles of stimulation may lead to better egg no’s in subsequent cycles. Antagonists and long protocol work equally well. Embryo pooling is helpful. Early cleavage transfer is better than blastocyst and routine PGS is not recommended.

How to increase AMH levels naturally:

We understand that going through repeated cycles to get your hormones and lifestyle fixed can be daunting for some. We understand the challenge of many women who have finally decided to embrace motherhood. At Advance Fertility Clinic, we are compassionate and driven to help you take steps towards becoming a mother. 

Our state-of-the-art labs are equipped to conduct a wide range of tests to determine your current health conditions. Based on these real-time test results, we recommend methods that make it possible for you to conceive. 

Here is how we recommend bringing your AMH levels to normal naturally:

  • Reduce excessive exposure to sunlight.
  • Consume more green leafy vegetables.
  • Avoid packaged foods that are high in preservatives.
  • Incorporate more fibre into your diet.
  • Eat small but nutrient-rich meals to support the functioning of your body.
  • Reduce exposure to factors that cause stress. 

In case you are not able to balance your AMH levels naturally, our expert team may recommend supplements and vitamins that can support the production of AM hormones in the body. 

We also offer a wide range of infertility treatment and IVF processes that have a higher success rate. 

If you are considering getting pregnant, get in touch with our experts to find an infertility treatment plan that is exclusive to your specific health condition and needs. 

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The causes of low AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) levels can include advanced age, diminished ovarian reserve, certain medical conditions, and genetic factors. Reduced ovarian egg production can affect fertility, and low AMH is frequently a sign of this.

At Advance Fertility, ovarian reserve testing, hormonal assessments, blood tests, and comprehensive fertility assessments are used to diagnose the underlying causes of low AMH. Our specialists are able to pinpoint the precise causes of low AMH levels thanks to this in-depth investigation. 

While age is a predominant factor, certain lifestyle factors like smoking and excessive stress may contribute to low AMH levels. At Advance Fertility, we take a holistic approach to treating patients with low AMH, taking into account lifestyle factors.

Early detection of low AMH is significant as it allows for proactive fertility management. Early detection of low AMH levels allows for prompt treatment planning and intervention, increasing the likelihood of successful reproductive outcomes.

While low AMH can pose challenges, it does not eliminate the possibility of successful fertility treatments. Our skilled team at Advance Fertility uses cutting-edge methods and customized strategies to maximize results, even in situations with low AMH, giving people who want to start a family hope.

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