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AMH: Don't put all the eggs in one basket

AMH: Don’t put all the eggs in one basket
Antimüllerian hormone (AMH), produced by preantral and early antral follicles of the ovary, serves as a quantitative measure of ovarian reserve and has changed the landscape of IVF practice. A commercial test for AMH has been available for more than 15 years and has become a standard part of female infertility assessment over the past decade. With a single blood test, clinicians can use AMH to roughly predict clinical response to controlled ovarian hyperstimulation and make treatment decisions accordingly (1).

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