Anti Mullerian Hormone (amh)

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The test is useful in examining ovarian reserves as well as predicting the outcome of the assisted reproductive technology.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. AMH concentrations in adult women reflect the number of small follicles entering the growth phase of their life cycle which is proportional to the number of primordial follicles that still remain in the ovary or the ovarian reserve 2. Day-to-day variability of AMH concentrations in menstruating women is so low that AMH can be measured at any day during the menstrual cycle 3. AMH has been used in the evaluation of ovarian reserve primarily to predict an infertile woman's response to controlled ovarian stimulation 4. AMH may be used to estimate the time to menopause for an individual woman as AMH has been found to be a good indicator of reproductive ageing 5. AMH can be used to diagnose and monitor women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) 6. AMH may serve as a sensitive and specific marker for early detection of recurrence in patients with ovarian granulosa cell tumors 7. AMH concentrations can distinguish undescended testes which have normal male AMH concentrations from anorchia which have extremely low or undetectable concentrations 8. Testicular dysgenesis is characterized by low concentrations of both AMH and testosterone compared to normal males 9. AMH has also been studied in conjunction with the measurement of FSH LH and testosterone for precocious and delayed puberty in boys