Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
Top-10-Symptoms-of-Low-AMH-Count-and-low-egg-reserve

Top 10 Symptoms of Low AMH Count and low egg reserve

| 15 Jul 2023 | 1367 Views |

Introduction

If you’re wading through the complex waters of fertility, you’ve likely come across the term “AMH,” or Anti-Müllerian Hormone. It’s a crucial factor in the reproductive health puzzle, particularly for those experiencing fertility challenges. But how does a low AMH count manifest? What are its signs? Well, today we’ll delve into the top 10 symptoms of low AMH count.

What does Low AMH Count mean for your Fertility Journey?

Anti-Müllerian Hormone is a protein hormone produced by cells in the ovary. A standard AMH level is generally considered a marker of a healthy supply of eggs (ovarian reserve). However, when the AMH count plunges, it can be a wake-up call about your fertility health.

Now, this isn’t about ringing alarm bells. After all, forewarned is forearmed, right? By understanding what low AMH means and recognizing the symptoms early on, you can better navigate the fertility journey. It empowers you to seek the right help at the right time. And here’s where we, at India IVF Fertility, located in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon and Gwalior, come into the picture!

Recognizing and Understanding the Top 10 Symptoms of Low AMH Count

  1. Irregular Periods: Irregularity in your menstrual cycle is often the first signal your body gives you. It could include more extended gaps, shorter cycles, or even skipping months.
  2. Heavy or Light Bleeding: An unusual flow, be it heavy or too light, can be a symptom.
  3. Unexplained Fatigue: Persistent fatigue without a clear cause may indicate hormonal imbalances, including low AMH.
  4. Mood Swings: Hormonal fluctuations can lead to mood swings and emotional instability.
  5. Hot Flashes and Night Sweats: These are common in women with low AMH, often mistaken for early onset of menopause.
  6. Difficulty Conceiving: If you’ve been trying to conceive for a while without success, a low AMH count could be a potential cause.
  7. Frequent Miscarriages: Low AMH levels may increase the risk of miscarriage due to lower egg quality.
  8. Early Onset of Menopause: Women with significantly low AMH may experience early menopause.
  9. Ovarian Dysfunction: Your ovaries might not function optimally, leading to fertility issues.
  10. Loss of Libido: Decreased interest in sexual activity could be related to hormonal imbalances like low AMH.

Conclusion

Recognizing the top 10 symptoms of low AMH count is the first step in managing fertility challenges associated with it. Remember, low AMH isn’t a full stop on your journey towards parenthood. It’s a comma, a slight pause. With the right guidance and help, your dreams of parenthood can still become a reality. And that’s our mission at India IVF Fertility.

FAQs

AMH, or Anti-Müllerian Hormone, is a protein hormone produced by ovarian cells. It's a useful indicator of a woman's ovarian reserve or egg supply.

A low AMH count typically means a lower ovarian reserve, which might make conception more challenging.

Yes, an AMH test, a simple blood test, can accurately measure AMH levels in the body.

Certain lifestyle modifications, like a balanced diet, regular exercise, and avoiding smoking, may improve overall fertility health but won't significantly impact AMH levels.

Not necessarily. Women with low AMH can conceive, but they may face more challenges and may require fertility assistance.

Currently, there's no proven method to significantly boost AMH levels as it's primarily determined by genetics. But certain fertility treatments can help optimize the use of available eggs.

At India IVF Fertility, we offer a range of fertility treatments tailored to your needs, from IVF to egg donation, to support your journey to parenthood.

You can learn more by visiting our website, www.indiaivf.in, or booking an appointment at our Delhi, Noida, or Gurgaon clinics.

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

We are one of the Best IVF Clinic in India!

At India IVF Clinics we provide the most comprehensive range of services to cover all the requirements at a Fertility clinic including in-house lab, consultations & treatments.

    As per ICMR and PCPNDT Guidelines No Pre Natal Sex Determination is done at India IVF Clinic    As per ICMR and PCPNDT Guidelines Genetic Counselling can only be done in person
    Shop
    Search
    Account
    Cart