Ovarian reserve

Complex language in simple language.

Very often at the reception, in a conversation with patients, the reproductologist uses the expressions: “ovarian reserve”, “follicular reserve” and https://pillintrip.com/de/medicine/diprospan. But do all of the patients correctly understand the meaning of these words? Let’s figure it out …

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Ovarian reserve is the number of follicles in the ovaries, which determines the quantity and quality of oocytes. 👆 (The follicle is the structural component of the ovary, which contains the egg and surrounding tissues).

Assessment of the ovarian reserve and https://pillintrip.com/de/medicine/frontin is mandatory for all women seeking infertility and is determined using the methods below.

⭐Determination of the level of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) in the blood.
The concentration of AMH in the blood does not depend on the level of hormones; it is a relatively constant value in both fertile women and women with infertility, therefore it can be determined on any day of the cycle;
AMG acts as a kind of response to the number of eggs that the girl still has “in stock”

🌹 AMH level <1.2 ng / ml is associated with a high probability of a “poor” response
ovaries for stimulation (obtaining a small number of eggs), low quality embryos and low chances of pregnancy in assisted reproductive technology (ART) programs; But you cannot focus only on the AMG level.

⭐Determination of the level of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in the blood for 2-5 days
menstrual cycle.
FSH is a hormone that is produced in the pituitary gland. It stimulates the growth of follicles in the ovary and the production of estrogen, the female sex hormone.

🌹 FSH levels ≥12 IU / L are associated with poor response to ovarian stimulation and
low chances of pregnancy.

⭐Determination of the number of antral follicles (CAF) with transvaginal
ultrasound examination (ultrasound) in the early follicular phase.

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