An antimullerian hormone value of 1.2 ng/ml in a 23-year-old woman would be considered within the range of normal. However, to get a more accurate idea of the woman's ovarian reserve, it would be necessary to complete the study with a transvaginal ultrasound with an antral follicle count, which should be equal to or higher than 8 to be considered normal. Antimullerian hormone and antral follicle count are quantitative markers of ovarian reserve, and age remains the best prognostic factor for egg quality. That is, two women with the same anti-Mullerian hormone and antral follicle count results may have very different reproductive outcomes depending on their age.
Is it normal for a 23-years old girl to have AMH levels of 1.2 ng/mL?
By María Arqué M.D., Ph.D. (gynaecologist).
Last Update: 05/13/2020
Doctorate in Reproductive Medicine at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. María Arqué has many years of experience as a Reproductive Medicine and Gynecologist Consultant and currently works as Medical Director at Fertty International.
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