Correlation of AMH and LH Levels in PCOS Patients with Pregnancy Rate

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Zainab I. Mohammed, Maytham T. Qasim


Objective: The objective of this research was to scrutinize the role played by AMH (Anti-mullerian Hormone) and LH (Luteinizing Hormone) for predictiing the rate of pregnancy in women suffering from PCOS. It also covers the influence of FSH (Hormone that is Follicle-stimulating) and AFC (Antral Follicle Count) on PCOS patients. It also explains why one has to know about the role of these hormones, especially in PCOS patients. It also discusses the pregnancy rate and how a woman suffering from PCOS can get pregnant. This paper also details about the measurement of AMH levels and how it helps in the diagnosis and prognosis of PCOS. Women went through ovarian stimulation that was controlled with extended agonist protocol and succeeded by in Vitro Fertilization. Subsequently, the results from a comparison was made of women who were pregnant and those who were non-pregnant.

Low AMH levels represent low ovarian reserve. It is common for AMH levels to gradually decline as a woman ages. However, this is not a good sign for younger women, as low ovarian reserve can represent premature infertility. Then, AMH fertility treatment is suggested to restore fertility, in which IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is done in conjunction with FSH levels of 25 mlU/mL or above is considered to be positive. If FSH levels are at or greater than this figure, then more than one FSH measurement is necessary.

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Zainab I. Mohammed, Maytham T. Qasim. (2021). Correlation of AMH and LH Levels in PCOS Patients with Pregnancy Rate. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 945–951. Retrieved from