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Low AMH – what does it mean for fertility and what are your chances depending on age?

Elias Tsakos, FRCOG
Medical Director at Embryoclinic , Embryoclinic

Category:
Low Ovarian Reserve

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From this video you will find out:
  • What is an Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH)?
  • How is AMH measured, and where is it produced?
  • Does AMH decline with age?
  • What are the causes of low AMH?
  • What are the causes of high AMH levels?
  • What treatment options are there for patients with low AMH levels?

Can I conceive with low ovarian reserve? What are my chances?

This time, Dr Elias Tsakos, FRCOG, Medical Director at EmbryoClinic, Thessaloniki, Greece, has been talking about AMH, what it means for fertility, and your chances of achieving a pregnancy are.

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Elias Tsakos, FRCOG

Elias Tsakos, FRCOG

Dr. Elias Tsakos, FRCOG, is a Medical Director of Embryoclinic - Assisted Reproduction Clinic in Thessaloniki, Greece. He has received extensive and certified training in the United Kingdom and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Dr Tsakos is also a Board Member Representative of the Royal College for Greece and Cyprus and a Board Member of the Hellenic Society of Assisted Reproduction. He is a Member of the British, European and American Fertility Societies (BFS, ESHRE, ASRM). Dr Tsakos has been living and working in Thessaloniki, Greece, since 1999.
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Caroline Kulczycka

Caroline Kulczycka

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