Why we may abandon basal follicle stimulating hormone testing: A sea change in determining ovarian reserve using antimüllerian hormone

Antimüllerian hormone is a more informative and therefore a better serum test of ovarian reserve than basal FSH.

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Jim Toner, M.D., Ph.D., David B. Seifer, M.D.

Volume 99, Issue 7, Pages 1825-1830, June 2013

Abstract

Antimüllerian hormone is a more informative and therefore a better serum test of ovarian reserve than basal FSH.

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