AMH Study

Women with PCOS have been found to have raised blood levels of a hormone known as Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), which is thought to be responsible for the lack of ovulation. The purpose of this study is to see whether this high AMH can adversely affect their response to fertility treatments including clomiphene citrate, FSH and IVF. The study will also assess whether AMH can be used to predict the success of these treatments.

Saad Amer

Saad Amer MSc., FRCOG, MD
Consultant Gynaecologist

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