Low AMH Levels: What it means is this?
AMH levels reflect the number of eggs entering into maturation process. Low AMH levels mean fewer number of eggs getting into maturation process. In other words, low AMH levels is an indication of low egg reserve.
Make no mistake…
So, the women entering into menopause have low AMH levels. This is understandable and obvious. But if you are a woman in 30s and carry low AMH levels, it is the time to take immediate corrective measures to increase AMH levels.
How to increase AMH levels…
Here I want to tell you one important thing. Women with very low AMH levels can still get pregnant if the quality of an egg is good. Hence, the goal of your fertility treatment should be enhancing the quality of your eggs.
Watch the following video in which Dr. Norbert Gleicher and Dr. Vitaly A. Kushnir from the Center for Human Reproduction in New York, NY answers to these questions;
– What is AMH’s physiological role in female reproduction?
– What is the difference between FSH and AMH?
– How are normal AMH levels defined?
– What are the implications of low AMH levels?
– Can women get pregnant with very low AMH levels?
– Can AMH levels be improved?
– What would you advise women with very low AMH levels?
Having seen the above video, I think, you have realized the importance of increasing egg reserve and also increasing the quality of eggs.
Here are the three ways to increase AMH levels
1.Do regular exercise and take calorie restricted diets:
Cutting calories coupled with exercise is a scientifically proven strategy to add more life into your body. Remember that eggs are life creating materials and therefore any deficiency of vitality and energy in the eggs render them ineffective.
Calorie restricted diets and regular exercise enhances your cell metabolism, rejuvenate and bring vitality into your eggs. Hence, changing your dietary regimen and adapting to a new lifestyle with exercise should be the first line of corrective measure to increase AMH levels.
2. Take Bone marrow soup:
According to ancient Chinese, Bone marrow Soup is proven to replenish your egg quality.You’ll find this in all Chinese medicinal cookbooks. Bone marrow Soup also very helpful in improving the thickness of uterine lining.
Bone-Building Stock (Makes 10 to 14 cups) (Taken from “Ancient Wisdom Modern Kitchen: Recipes from the East for Health, Healing, and Long Life” by Yuan Wang, Warren Shier, and Mika Ono)
Once you have made the stock, simply add ingredients you prefer: veggies such as mushrooms, carrots, Chinese cabbage, or kale; and/or meat such as shrimp, chicken, beef, or pork. Season with salt or soy sauce to taste. You can also make one large batch and freeze the broth to use later. Full recipe here…
3. Take DHEA Supplementation:
DHEA, dehydroepiandrosterone…. are the hormones that regulate fat and mineral metabolism, sexual and reproductive function, and energy levels. DHEA levels increase until our mid to late 20’s then gradually start to decline…DHEA supplementation can certainly be beneficial but it is highly recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before supplementing and it should be monitored regularly with lab work. Read more
So sum up, low AMH levels is an indication of low egg reserve and poor quality of your eggs. The only way you can improve egg reserve, quality, and AMH levels by changing diet and lifestyle.
Conclusion: The final facts
Fertility doctors treat low AMH like a death sentence. They either rush you to IVF or donor eggs or make you feel like there is no chance of getting pregnant.
But here is the truth. Low egg reserve is only a factor in IVF, but it doesn’t affect your ability to get pregnant naturally. So do not give up hope…
If you have low AMH and TTC with no luck, you need a complete and comprehensive step by step system. This kind of system is a must because you can’t afford to waste any more time. Wasting the time could damage your fertility irreversibly. The system I am referring work regardless of your age and condition.
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