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Low Ovarian Reserve Treatment in Gurgaon

The number and quality of the eggs, also known as oocytes, is referred to as "ovarian reserve." The amount and quality of the eggs are lower than expected for the age if you have decreased ovarian reserve. Ovarian reserve decline can affect persons of all ages.

A variety of factors can cause low ovarian reserve.

The egg reserves naturally decrease as you get older. However, the ovarian reserve can be harmed by a variety of other causes. These are some of them:

  • Tuberculosis is an illness that affects
  • Endometriosis
  • Ovarian surgery in the past
  • Chemotherapy
  • Treatment with x-rays
  • Smoking
  • Infection in the pelvis
  • Autoimmune conditions

Symptoms of ovarian reserve depletion

There aren't many signs or symptoms of ovarian reserve loss. Those who have the illness, on the other hand, may have any of the following symptoms:

  • Having trouble getting pregnant
  • Menstrual periods that are late or non-existent
  • Menstrual cycles are shorter than typical, with an average of 28 days.
  • menstruation flow is heavy
  • miscarriage

However, these signs and symptoms aren't always present. This is why, if you're experiencing trouble conceiving, you should speak with the doctor.

Decreased ovarian reserve is diagnosed:

Suppose you're having trouble conceiving or have a record of irregular or painful periods, pelvic inflammatory disease, repeated miscarriages, past cancer medication, or endometriosis. In that case, you should obtain fertility testing as soon as possible. You have a better chance of successful treatment if you get diagnosed early.

If you're under 35 years old and have been trying to conceive for a year, you should consult a doctor. 

What is an anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) test, and how does it work?

The anti-mullein hormone (AMH) level in the blood is measured in this test. Both males and females produce AMH in their reproductive tissues. The age and gender determine the function of AMH and whether or not the levels are normal.

AMH plays a critical part in developing a baby's sex organs while still in the womb. A baby's reproductive organs begin to mature during the first weeks of pregnancy. The kid will be born with the genes to be either a male or a female (XY genes) (XX genes).

What is the purpose of it?

AMH tests can be used for a variety of purposes, including:

  • Predict the onset of menopause, a stage in a woman's life when her monthly periods have finished, and she is no longer capable of becoming pregnant. It usually begins when a woman reaches the age of 50.
  • Determine the cause of early menopause.
  • Assist in determining the cause of amenorrhea or the lack of menstruation. It's more common among girls who haven't started menstruation by 15 and women who have missed multiple cycles.
  • Assist in diagnosing polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal disease that is a prevalent cause of female infertility.
  • Examine children who have genitals that aren't marked as male or female.
  • Women with specific kinds of ovarian cancer should be closely monitored.

What is the purpose of an AMH test?

If you are a woman who is having trouble conceiving, you may need an AMH test. The test can help you figure out how likely you are to have a child. 

High levels could indicate that you have more eggs available and will respond to treatment better. You may have fewer eggs available and may not respond well to treatment if the AMH levels are low.

If you have signs of polycystic ovary syndrome, you may also need an AMH test (PCOS). These are some of them:

  • Menstrual irregularities, such as early menopause or amenorrhea
  • Acne
  • Hair growth on the body and the face that is excessive
  • Breast size has shrunk.
  • gaining weight

During an AMH test, what happens?

A tiny needle will be used to obtain a blood sample from a vein in the arm by a health care provider. A small amount of blood will be collected into a test tube or vial once the needle is inserted. When the hand goes in or out, it may sting a little. It usually takes less than five minutes to complete this task.

Hence, if you are looking forward to get the best treatment for Low Ovarian reserve or AMH, then you can get in touch with Dr. Prachi Benara who is a renowned infertility specialist which has more than a decade of experience. She is trained from prominent institutes, and has been further trained in United Kingdom to pursue her strong interest in IVF and reproductive medicines.

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