Do you know what is the ovarian reserve? You have probably heard this term from your gynecologist or from an assisted reproduction specialist. If you wish to achieve a pregnancy but haven’t been able to do it, we recommend you to go with a specialist so that they can give you personalized information about what treatments could be the best for you and your couple.
This means that unlike the males, women do not produce new eggs.
It is the amount of follicles and eggs that the ovary has. As we mentioned before, you are born with a certain quantity of eggs and no more are generated along your life. During each menstrual cycle, Women let go a certain amount of eggs for them to be fecundated. In case that they aren’t fecundated, these are eliminated from your body.
Some women have a lower ovarian reserve from what corresponds to them in a determined age. To know these data, you should go with a specialist so that they can do a test.
This test is called the Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test, and it allows us to verify the functioning of the ovaries.
The capacity of the woman to produce eggs and how much could be used for assisted reproduction treatments is checked.
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