Monthly Archives: May 2011

Infertility Therapy for Older Women

A forty-five year old woman recently wrote to me about her quest to have a child.  I was impressed by her understanding of the basic science behind her difficulty in conceiving and it was no wonder that she was finding … Continue reading

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A laboratory test that explains fertility as well as predicting it

We have been using AMH (anti-mullerian hormones) clinically for several years.  AMH is a protein produced by pre-antral follicles.  The amount of protein produced is proportional to the number of pre-antral follicles which is proportional to the number of eggs … Continue reading

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Good eggs start early

I love it when I locate older research that explains something that I am currently thinking about.  I first found a book presenting a conference (The Future of the Ovary) that took place about a decade ago and then located … Continue reading

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