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August 2022

Why Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) Testing is Important

Female fertility is impacted by age and has resulted in a surge of social egg freezing. What do you need to consider when freezing your eggs, and why is AMH testing important? Read the blog to find out. 
Posted 29 Aug 2022 by Melanie Reiter

Endometriosis & Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) – What you really need to know.

Endometriosis (pronounced “en-duh-mee-tree-ow-suhs”), affects 1 in 9 women, most typically in those aged between 30 and 40 years. In the community and on social media it is frequently referred to as “Endo”. 
Anti-Müllerian hormone (pronounced “an·ti-mul·le·ri·an hor·mone”), or AMH, is produced by ovarian follicles and used to measure the ovarian reserve (number) of eggs. 
Read this article to find if endometriosis affects your fertility and how AMH could start your joruney to having a baby. 
Posted 10 Aug 2022 by Melanie Reiter