Q: What is AMH? And how is it related to fertility treatments?

A: AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) is a hormone used to determine the condition of the ovaries (ovarian reserve). Analysis of AMH levels in the blood cells helps to predict the function of the ovaries and measure the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS).

Q: Can single women freeze their eggs if they want to start a family in the future?

A: Yes. It is recommended to make an appointment with a specialist to analyze the condition of your ovaries before stimulating multiple ovulation for egg harvesting and freezing. Once you’re ready to have children with a partner, you can always unfreeze the eggs and fertilized the healthiest one before putting it back in the uterus.

Q: Who should consider egg freezing?

A: 1. Cancer patients before chemotherapy or taking medication that affect their ovaries.
2. Women with a family background of mothers reaching menopause before the age of 40.
3. Those who are receiving IVF treatments.
4. Women over 33 who want to start a family in the future but are not ready.

Q: If I have been on birth control pills for many year, can I have children when I taking them?

A: You should allow a 2-month gap before trying to conceive a child or until your menstrual period flow becomes regular and normal.

Q.: Do women with a history of miscarriages find it difficult to have children?

A: Usually miscarriages don’t count as a fertility issue. has never been so. But if there have been 2 or more miscarriages, it is highly recommended to see a doctor to determine the cause and secure the next pregnancy as much as possible.