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Fertility Treatment for Low AMH Level

  • Published on November 04, 2023
Fertility Treatment for Low AMH Level

Low levels of the hormone anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) are one of the worries that people may have regarding fertility issues, which can take many different forms. This lengthy blog serves as an all-inclusive resource for learning about low AMH, its effects on fertility, and the range of methods and therapies available to address this issue. We’ll discuss both medical procedures and lifestyle changes that can increase your chances of getting pregnant. This guide intends to offer you clarity, hope, and useful information to help you navigate the route to motherhood, regardless of whether you’re actively trying to conceive or just intending to become pregnant.

Understanding AMH and Its Role in Fertility

The hormone known as anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is generated by the ovaries’ tiny follicles. It represents the quantity and quality of a woman’s eggs and acts as a marker of ovarian reserve. Low levels of AMH may indicate a diminished ovarian reserve, which might complicate conception. It’s important to realise, though, that having a low AMH level does not preclude getting pregnant. It is but one element in the riddle of fertility.

Diagnosis for AMH Level

You must discuss with a fertility expert if you believe that low AMH is interfering with your fertility. They will run various procedures, such as blood tests to gauge AMH levels and ultrasounds to determine the number of ovarian follicles. Your ovarian reserve can be assessed and treatment options can be guided by these evaluations.

Signs and Symptoms of Low AMH Level

Several signs can indicate low AMH level, if you notice any of the odd signs mentioned below, consult your fertility expert today to schedule a proper assessment to receive the most suited treatment:

  • Menstrual Cycle irregularities: Low AMH might cause irregular or nonexistent menstrual cycles.
  • Infertility: A lower ovarian reserve may contribute to infertility.
  • Early Menopause: There may be a connection between low AMH levels and early menopause.
  • Reduced Reaction to Ovarian Stimulation: Less eggs may be extracted during IVF.
  • Reduced Antral Follicles: Transvaginal ultrasonography may show a decrease in antral follicles.
  • Hormonal Imbalances: Hormone imbalances in different tissues may be associated with low AMH.
  • Potential for Reduced Fertility: Fertility may be impacted by a lower ovarian reserve.
  • Elevated Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Levels: High FSH levels may indicate certain conditions.
  • Increased Risk of Miscarriage: A lower-quality egg may contribute to a higher risk of miscarriage.
  • Difficulties with Oocyte Retrieval: Fewer eggs may be obtained during IVF.

Causes of Low AMH Level

The following are a few common causes for low AMH levels:

  • Age: As a woman ages, her levels of AMH naturally decrease.
  • Premature ovarian ageing or low ovarian reserve: Early loss of ovarian follicles causes premature ovarian ageing.
  • PCOS: AMH levels can be impacted by hormonal abnormalities in PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome).
  • Cysts or Surgical Procedures on the Ovaries: These conditions can lower ovarian reserve.
  • Radiation or chemotherapy: Treatments for cancer, such as radiation or chemotherapy, might affect ovarian function.
  • Lifestyle Factors: Unhealthy eating habits, binge drinking, and smoking could all be involved.
  • Genetic Predisposition: Possible influences include family history.
  • Autoimmune Disorders: Several illnesses may have an impact on ovarian health.
  • Environmental Toxins: Toxin exposure can affect the function of the ovaries.
  • Stress: Prolonged stress can have an impact on hormone levels.
  • Unexplained: Sometimes the reason is still a mystery.

Fertility Treatment Options for Low AMH Level

  • Ovulation induction: In order to increase the number of eggs produced for fertilisation, this treatment involves stimulating the ovaries using fertility drugs such as letrozole or clomiphene.
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI): IUI and ovulation induction are frequently coupled. It includes injecting sperm straight into the uterus in an effort to increase the likelihood of sperm-egg contact.
  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): IVF stands for in vitro fertilisation, and it is a commonly utilised procedure for people with low AMH. It entails collecting eggs, fertilising them in a lab with sperm, and putting the resultant embryos into the uterus.
  • Donor Eggs: Using donor eggs to boost the chance of conception may be a realistic option in cases of significantly low AMH.
  • Lifestyle and Dietary Changes: Fertility can be positively impacted by leading a healthy lifestyle that includes a balanced diet, regular exercise, stress reduction, and enough sleep.

Managing Emotional and Psychological Aspects

Emotionally taxing can be the result of low AMH. Consult a counsellor who specialises in fertility concerns, a support group, or a mental health expert for assistance. Recall that the success rates of fertility treatments vary, therefore it’s critical to exercise patience and flexibility.


Your inability to conceive is not determined by low AMH levels, although they may pose difficulties for fertility. You can improve your chances of realising your ambition of becoming a parent by consulting a specialist and learning about available fertility treatments. This blog acts as a road map to help you accept lifestyle changes, make treatment decisions, and comprehend the effects of low AMH for a more hopeful and knowledgeable approach to conception.  If you are diagnosed with a low AMH level and looking for any effective fertility treatment, call us today or book an appointment today by filling out the required details.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • What does a low AMH level mean for my fertility?

Your ovarian reserve may be reduced if your anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) level is low, which could imply                 you have fewer eggs available for conception. Low AMH can make conception more difficult, but it’s not                   impossible. Planning fertility treatments requires careful consideration of this important element.

  • Can I  increase my AMH levels naturally?

Strong data does not support the idea that AMH levels can be greatly raised spontaneously. On the other hand, maintaining a healthy lifestyle that includes a balanced diet, frequent exercise, stress reduction, and quitting smoking can promote reproductive health in general.

  • What fertility treatments are available for low AMH?

Ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilisation (IVF), and occasionally the use of donor eggs are fertility therapies for low AMH. The decision is based on your unique situation and the advice of your fertility expert.

  • What are the success rates for pregnancy with low AMH levels?

Success rates for pregnancy typically vary from one individual to another based on various factors such as age, the severity of the low AMH level, and the selected fertility treatment to achieve conception. To understand the factors and success rates it is advisable to consult an expert, they will diagnose the condition thoroughly and may determine the success rate of the chosen fertility treatment.

Written by:
Dr. Pooja Verma

Dr. Pooja Verma

With over 11 years of experience, Dr. Pooja Verma  is a dedicated healthcare professional with expertise in male and female infertility. In her decade-long experience, she has worked with renowned hospitals and fertility clinics. Additionally, she has handled multiple complicated cases and has also completed several research projects related to reproductive health.
Raipur, Chhattisgarh

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