Our expert says:
AMH results by themselves are not entirely reliable and should be viewed in conjunction with other blood tests such as FSH levels as well as ultrasound evidence of follicle activity (antral follicle count). Some clinics apply the rule to AMH extremely strictly particularly in the donor program, since they want to hyper stimulate to a point of maximum egg production. This does not necessarily imply that in soft stimulation protocols you will not produce adequate eggs or good quality eggs and therefore I certainly would not at this stage be overly concerned. However I would strongly advise that you get a second opinion from another fertility specialist and perhaps have the AMH test repeated, as there are some serious errors of fluctuation and in measurements.
Answered by: Dr.M.I. Cassim
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