Infertility & AMH (for Medical Practitioners only)
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Join us to discuss AMH and how a low reserve can impact a woman’s fertility.
From 35, a female’s Ovarian Reserve (which refers to the number of ‘good eggs’ in her ovaries) declines at a rapid rate until menopause. Ovarian Reserves decline at an earlier age for women experiencing premature menopause.
Anti-Mullerian Hormone (or AMH) is produced by follicles in ovaries containing eggs. The level of AMH is a good indicator of ovarian reserve and how many fertile years a woman may have.
This webinar will assist Medical Practitioners to identify patients that may have low AMH levels, and what impact this may have on their fertility.
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