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AMH levels help show how many potential egg cells a woman has left. This is known as the ovarian reserve. If a woman’s ovarian reserve is high, she may have a better chance of getting pregnant.

A typical AMH level for a fertile woman is 1.0–4.0 ng/ml; under 1.0 ng/ml is considered low and indicative of a diminished ovarian reserve.

A woman with high AMH levels is more likely to achieve a successful pregnancy than a woman with low levels. The normal blood levels of AMH are between 2.2 -3.9 ng/ml and indicate optimal fertility. Values above 4 constitute a higher range and may be considered as pathological.

Low AMH is not a cause of infertility, but it is an indication of a decreased egg reserve. When there are fewer developing eggs in the ovaries, the chance of a mature and healthy egg being released and fertilized decreases.

It is completely possible to get pregnant with your own eggs or donor eggs with low AMH. After all, it just takes one healthy egg. Your AMH level won’t tell the whole of your fertility story — there are other ways to boost your fertility.