Confused about treatment results... AMH?

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Confused about treatment results... AMH?

Post by mistorrie » Tue Mar 24, 2009 10:24 pm

I am going back on friday to speak to the consultant but the news regarding my last AMH (WOT?????) was basically below one which the nurse said wasn't good and that we may struggle to respond to treatment... does anyone know any more about this AMH or been told the same??

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!

Jules aka Torrie

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Post by IndieBlue » Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:13 pm

My test results showed a scale from 0 to 6.9 I think? Mine came back at 2.9 and my RE said that was very reassuring? I think they must be using different charts or something as I saw one online that had a much higher scale to judge the results by.

I hope it's not as bad as your nurse led you to believe....good luck
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Post by mandolin » Thu Mar 26, 2009 2:38 am

My AMH showed a result of .01. Apparently 0-6 was in the normal range based on the scale they used. I honestly dont feel happy about the results at all - I mean .01 is as low as you can go. I would be happy with your result. There is not much info online regarding this test.
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Confused about treatment results... AMH?

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