hello sir
im confused and worried about my monthly cycle...since the day of start i have never been always late for 6 to 15    days..i was diagnosed with PCOS..then i shifted to japan where the doctor run AMH test and told me i dont have PCOS...more over through 2 icsi cycles i have never been OHSS sufferer despite of high dosage..if i dont have PCOS then why im always late..i have failed to understand my body so far..i have also weight gain issues ..i gain weight due to no reason and then i lost weight automatically without doing significant diet changes ..i go from 64kg to 60 and now im 57....what is wrong i dont now
in short does high AMH means it authntic research or persons with below normal range of AMH can be PCOSers///
plx clear..
more over im losing lots of hair on my head since mature...

Hello Hina from Japan,

AMH has no relationship to PCOS.  PCOS is an ovarian dysfunction such that ovulation does not occur, hence irregular menstrual cycles, and a hormonal imbalance occurs because the ovaries are not functioning correctly.  AMH is a measure of "ovarian reserve" or the availability of eggs, which we use to gauge how a person might respond to ovarian stimulation with fertility medications.  I would think that a patient with PCOS could conceivable have a low AMH but they don't necessarily go together.

I cannot tell you what is going on with the minimal information you've given me and definitely not without further testing.  This is not possible via the internet.

Good Luck,

Dr. Edward J. Ramirez, M.D., FACOG
Executive Medical Director
The Fertility and Gynecology Center
Monterey Bay IVF Program

Monterey, California, U.S.A.

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