AMH Test – the most accurate way to check women’s fertility

According to Dr. David Seifer, Co-director of Genesis Fertility and Reproductive Medicine, FSH is no longer the standard by which to gauge a woman’s ovarian reserve or predict successful outcome with fertility treatment.
In an article published in Fertility and Sterility, he and Dr. James Toner makes the case that AMH, or Antimullerian Hormone, is a more informative and better test than FSH, Follicle Stimulating Hormone. FSH testing to assess ovarian reserve has been used since 1988, but clinicians have since realized its limitations. AMH, on the other hand, has a number of benefits. “It is both more convenient and informative than basal FSH and can be assessed at any point in the cycle. It is the most useful serum method of determining ovarian reserve.” Click to read the full article.