No. The antimüllerian hormone (AMH) indicates the number of antral and preantral follicles in the ovaries. It is, therefore, an indirect measurement of the ovarian reserve.
AMH levels between 0.7 and 3.5 ng/ml are considered normal, while levels below 0.7 ng/ml are associated with a decreased ovarian reserve.
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