What is AMH (Antimullerian Hormone)? #shorts

What is AMH? Fertility doctor Natalie Crawford, MD gives a quick overview of AMH (antimullerian hormone) and ovarian reserve.

Quick facts:
AMH can change month to month.
It is a blood test.
Low AMH is associated with fewer eggs to freeze or retrieve with IVF and an early onset of ovarian failure (menopause).
Low AMH does not cause infertility to make it harder to get pregnant naturally.

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Dr. Natalie Crawford, MD is a double board certified OBGYN and REI, and co-founder of Fora Fertility, a boutique fertility practice in Austin, Texas.

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