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What happens if I have a low anti-müllerian hormone?

The Anti-müllerian hormone acts by controlling the number of follicles that can be recruited during a cycle and causing reduced follicle responsiveness to FSH. AMH levels of 2.0 to 7.0 ng/ml are considered to be good. A very low level indicates a poorer prognosis. AMH has a huge advantage: it is independent of a woman’s menstrual cycle and can be produced any day.