AMH Levels


What are Anti-Mullerian hormone levels?

Anti-Mullerian levels(AMH) is produced by the granulosa cells in ovarian follicles, these cannot be seen via a microscope and can be tested during any stage of a woman’s period cycle. The way these levels are measured are through the blood supply and are often an indication of the size of a woman’s remaining egg supply. They are also often associated with high FSH levels.

Low AMH levels therefore could negatively impact the chances of a woman’s ability to fall pregnant and effect fertility. AMH levels can change due to age which you should chart and test regularly. Advanced Fertility Solutions provide a treatment for this issue which can help to raise your AMH levels and improve your chances of falling pregnant.


With IVF being expensive and success rates low you want the best possible chance of success. Getting your AMH levels to a healthy range then is one added thing you can do to help achieve this. This will help ensure you have a better response to ovarian stimulation for IVF, as the more eggs you have with this form of treatment, the more likely your success . Anti-Mullerian hormone levels  in combination with treatment can help improve falling pregnant. Our products help women with above or below a AMH level of 1.0 and increase their prospects of being fertile.

How to boost your AMH levels

Advanced Fertility Solutions offer a range of products that can help promote better reproductive health once you know where your levels fit on the AMH scale and how that effects your fertility. If you want more information about what you can do to help increase your chances of falling pregnant, we are happy to help explain what formula’s and products may be right for you to promote fertility and reproductive health.

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