Our expert says:
Dear Dee GTC
It is possible that with numerous IVF cylces one would perhaps eventually cause a high FSH and a decline in your anti-mullerian factor level. So yes high FSH levels and low AMH levels are related to a poor ovarian reserve. High doses of FSH are used in IVF to stimulate multiple follicles. However it is also important to understand that in a natural cycle there are many follicles, probably between 20 – 30 that start of and one will only eventually reach final maturation. The rest however would become atrophic. So theoretically, it is possible, however I would assume that you would need to have undergone many IVF cycles to cause a high FSH level.
Answered by: Dr. Y. Dasoo
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