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Empowering Your Path to Parenthood: Top 10 Daily Habits That Boost AMH Levels in 3 Months

| 07 Jul 2023 | 1367 Views |


Parenthood – an exhilarating journey and yet one that can be, at times, daunting. For many, the road may be wrought with hurdles due to various fertility issues. One such hurdle is the Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) levels in women. Low AMH levels can often indicate a lower ovarian reserve, which can make the dream of parenthood a challenge. But don’t worry! At India IVF Fertility, we believe in empowering every step of your journey, making the impossible, possible!

We present to you an easy-peasy guide of the top 10 daily habits that can help increase your AMH levels in just 3 months. Packed with practical advice, this guide makes fertility care, as simple as ABC! Let’s dive in, shall we?

The Power of Daily Habits

  1. Exercise regularly: Regular physical activity helps maintain a healthy body and mind. Not only does it help reduce stress, but it also plays a crucial role in maintaining your hormonal balance.
  2. Eat a balanced diet: Diet plays a significant role in fertility. Include foods rich in vitamin D, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients are known to have a positive effect on AMH levels.
  3. Maintain a healthy weight: Body Mass Index (BMI) can affect fertility, including AMH levels. A healthy weight can support reproductive health and improve AMH levels.
  4. No smoking: Smoke’s harmful toxins can adversely impact AMH levels. Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do to improve your fertility.
  5. Limit alcohol intake: Excessive alcohol consumption may negatively impact AMH levels. Moderation is key.
  6. Sleep well: Quality sleep plays a vital role in hormonal balance, including AMH.
  7. De-stress regularly: Chronic stress may affect various aspects of health, including fertility. Practices such as yoga, meditation, and mindfulness can help manage stress levels.
  8. Stay hydrated: Proper hydration contributes to overall health, including reproductive health.
  9. Avoid exposure to toxins: Certain environmental toxins can negatively impact AMH levels. Where possible, limit your exposure to harmful chemicals.
  10. Regular check-ups: Regular health check-ups can help keep track of your AMH levels and ensure early intervention if necessary.

Now, let’s put on our detective hats and tackle some frequently asked questions, shall we?


In the journey to parenthood, every step counts! With these top 10 daily habits to boost your AMH levels, you’re now armed with practical and effective strategies to take control of your fertility journey. Remember, the journey may be challenging, but you’re not alone. The dedicated team at India IVF Fertility, with our centers in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon and Gwalior, is always here to guide and support you, every step of the way!

Frequently Asked Questions

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is a protein hormone produced by cells within the ovary. It's a key indicator of a woman's ovarian reserve - the number and quality of her remaining eggs.

Usually, a blood test can determine your AMH levels. Low AMH may mean a lower ovarian reserve, but it doesn't necessarily reflect egg quality.

Absolutely! A healthy lifestyle can positively impact your AMH levels. It's all about balance - healthy diet, regular exercise, adequate sleep, and stress management.

Yes, foods rich in vitamin D, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids are known to boost AMH levels.

Indeed. Chronic stress can disrupt your hormonal balance, potentially impacting your AMH levels. Hence, managing stress effectively is crucial.

Yes, the harmful toxins in smoke can significantly decrease AMH levels. Quitting smoking is highly beneficial for fertility.

Yes, regular exercise can help maintain hormonal balance and thereby potentially improve AMH levels.

AMH levels give an indication of your ovarian reserve. While low AMH may pose challenges, it does not make conception impossible. Fertility treatments like IVF can still offer hope.

About The Author
Dr. Richika Sahay

MBBS (Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst & Gyne), MNAMS, MRCOG (London-UK), Fellow IVF, Fellow MAS, Infertility (IVF) Specialist & Gynae Laparoscopic surgeon,[Ex AIIMS & Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi]. Read more

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