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AMH Levels Explained

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Written by Jack Pearson

Jack Pearson

Dr. Jack Pearson is a previously HCPC registered Embryologist with a PhD in reproductive medicine. Prior to joining Natural Cycles leading Medical Affairs, he worked for more than 10 years in a clinical setting working at some of the busiest fertility clinics in the UK. Today he spends most of his time working with experts at the world’s leading institutions to carry out important research with the vision to further the field of female health. He earned his PhD from the University of Sheffield specializing in Sperm Metabolism and currently lives in London.

Today we are discussing Anti-Müllerian hormone or AMH for short. This hormone can often cause quite a stir, so whether you’re thinking of having your levels of AMH measured or you’ve received the result of a test, we’re going to take a look at what you need to know about it. We’ll discuss what AMH is, what it can tell you, and more importantly, what it can’t tell you! We’ll also look at AMH's relation to egg retrieval for IVF and how the result may be interpreted by your healthcare professional.

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