Well, I got the results back from my AMH test. 14. 14?! This is the email I received from my doctor :
“Very strange. The level came back as 14. This can’t be right. I suggest you repeat the test. I’ll put an order in your chart again.”
So, yea. When a doctor starts your email with “very strange,” you should probably also think it’s very strange. And I do!
Let’s go over the results again, so that everyone can comprehend the oddness of these results….
August 2011 – AMH at 6.9 (above a 3 is considered high, but I have PCOS, so this is very normal for someone with PCOS).
August 2012 – AMH at .67 — Test repeated and came back at a 1.3. Obvious reason being Premature Ovarian Failure. Had an ultrasound to verify the low findings, and it was verified that my ovarian reserve was depleted. This is when we did IVF. I was only able to produce five mature follicles, which was another indicator that my reserve was low.
March 2014 – AMH at 14. Impossible! Inconceivable!
So, I went back in on Wednesday and had my level tested again. Haven’t heard back on the results. I guess it takes a few days. The doctor is just as confused as I am, so I know as soon as he gets the results I will be informed.
Yeeesh, what on earth is my body up to this time…..
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That sure is a mystery! I wish doctors could explain why our bodies act the way they do.