How Does Your Age Affect Egg Quality

As women age, the remaining eggs tend to make more ‘mistakes’ such as missing, damaged or extra chromosome, it leads to difficulty in implantation. This is also the reason behind higher rate of miscarriage in older women.
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Is My AMH Too High or Too Low?

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is currently the gold standard for ovarian reserve testing. To recap, AMH is produced by granulosa cells of early developing follicles, and correlates well with age and antral follicle count (AFC), where we covered in ‘3As of Fertility’. Here, we will explore what is normal level of AMH, and what it means if AMH is too high or low.
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The Basics of Women’s Fertility: The 3As

Women are born with all the eggs that they will ever have. In fact, by the time a female infant is born, still many years from reproductive potential, the number of eggs in her ovaries has already declined by 80% from the peak number of eggs. The number gets even smaller by the time a girl enters puberty and begins to menstruate.
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