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AMH Results

I just received an email that a new test result is available for viewing in mychart, my AMH results.

My level is 2.021 ng/mL which appears to be within the normal range for my age of 34.  But um, the range for 40-45 year-old is less than 6.282 ng/mL, so I’m feeling pretty awful about my result.

And a quick search on google tells me my results signify low fertility…

Hopefully a nurse calls me soon to discuss…

22 thoughts on “AMH Results

  1. I hope a nurse calls you soon!! I hate waiting….

  2. Ugh. I’m sorry girl, here’s hoping they can make you feel better about things.

  3. I think you’re normal. That’s my medical opinion. 🙂

    1. LOL, okay, I hope you are right!

  4. Please dont worry… according to your numbers, it appears that you ARE in the normal range for fertility. Those charts are very confusing, and I have never seen them before. All I know is from what my fertility doctor told me. With numbers over 2- you are still in a great position! And even if you had low fertility, there is still a chance for pregnancy. Don’t get down on yourself yet!

    1. Thank you… I’m really trying to focus on the fact that my doctor released these results for my viewing without a phone call. I feel like it he felt they were bad, he would have made a point to explain them first.

      1. That is a good point, also. I have been reading through your story. It seems like you have had a long and tough go at all of this and are searching for some answers! I can’t blame you for feeling like this. This whole process really sucks. Thankfully there are a lot of great ladies here who are here to support you. Try to stay as positive as possible. Don’t give up. Don’t ever give up. xo

        1. Thank you… I see you are pregnant, congrats!!! Very, very happy for you, truly. When I have a bit more time I’d like to read more of your story 🙂

          1. Thank you! I’m here to prove it’s possible! Even with a very very low AMH 🙂

  5. No! 2.0 isn’t bad!
    Plus, AMH can fluctuate/improve too (like, ahem, with diet, acupuncture, and supplements–don’t smack me! Just sayin’)
    I was happy for you when I saw your AMH result, because it’s perfectly normal. Not excellent, but at 34 it’s not supposed to be. Women with high AMH (above 3.0) at age 34 (like me) usually suffer from PCOS, which is not desirable and even if we have more eggs the quality is not great due to hormonal imbalance. So, it’s good to be “normal”. XO

    1. Well, I think you’d be very proud of me. I just ordered a six month supply of FertilityBlend based on the study I was reading. I’ll post about it soon, as soon as I can find some time!

  6. I think my AMH was 2.22 and I produced 18 mature eggs. So don’t be discouraged! I never looked up averages for AMH. My doctor said it was fine and I trusted that. I hope you get positive news!

    1. Thank you for sharing, I love hearing other’s positive experiences. Gives me hope!

  7. Don’t worry! My AMH was 5.24 (which is below that 6 business). You ARE normal, so don’t get down about it! 😀

    1. Thank you! I’m trying not to let me weekend be ruined with all this…

  8. My clinic is very hush hush with specifics unless you ask. Since I am not a very proactive or vocal person, I gave been in the dark for a lot of things but I think that’s better for me. I’m sure you are fine and like you said the doc would have called first if there was cause for concern. Have you heard anything yet?

    1. No, nothing yet. I’m going to try to forget it for now and enjoy my weekend. Try anyway!

  9. Well mine is 0.9 and the only 2 doctors I completely trust told me not to worry. You’re good! Plus one of the bloggy ladies had 0.3, was starting to look for an egg donor when she accidentally got knocked up. Her healthy baby is probably almost a year now. So really, you’re probably OK!

    1. Thank you, this does make me feel better!

  10. Like others, I think your AMH number is pretty good. At age 37, mine was was less than 0.5, and I was given a 15% chance of a successful pregnancy, even with IVF. That 15% chance of successful pregnancy is now a happy healthy 13 month old!

    There are so many factors that play into the whole fertility picture. I constantly tried to remind myself that these are only numbers, and while numbers can tell a story, there are lots of other supporting factors along the way. Numbers can also change.

    I’m a believer of alternative techniques, such as acupuncture, chiropractic, herbs and that sort of thing, but have no proof that it helped or didn’t help — so much of this is a game of chance. And that stinks.

    As you prepare for your next IVF I can tell you that my chiropractor told me of a British study that showed that women who ate avocados during their IVF cycle were 3 times more likely to get pregnant. I ate 5-6 a week. Again, not sure if it helped or not…but it was relatively inexpensive and easy (even though I HATE avocados) and low impact on my body. I’ll see if I can find the link to the study and post it later.

    1. Interesting about avocados. The last time I ate guacamole though I had a very strange reaction. Just sure if it was from the avocados or not though…

  11. My amh was around 23 with the European way of measuring, and I had 18 eggs retrieved, 6 made it to 5day blasts. According to my dr, my fertility was not as good as it would have been in my 20s, but still ok!xx

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