What your AMH can tell you about your fertility

Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) is the most accurate predictor of a woman’s egg supply, also known as her ovarian reserve. Dr. Rachel Sprague walks through what your AMH says about your own fertility and chances of conceiving.

Did you know that women are born with about 1-2 million eggs? The egg count in your ovarian reserve naturally decreases as you age. If you’re trying to get pregnant or pursuing fertility preservation like egg freezing, knowing your AMH can help predict how many eggs you have in your reserve.

This video will cover:

  • What is AMH?
  • What factors impact AMH?
  • What contributes to a low AMH?
  • What does my AMH say about my ability to conceive?

Testing your AMH level is only one part of the standard SGF fertility work-up. Learn more about how we test your ovarian reserve.