Does anyone understand how AMH levels work?

Posted by spowell99 @spowell99, Feb 6, 2022

Does anyone understand how AMH levels work and if so, what does it mean to have a level of 8 (8.84) for a male (20 years old)?

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Hello @spowell99 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. You will notice that I have removed your lab results image to protect your privacy.

Here is an article on AMH that you might find helpful.

– Serum AMH in Physiology and Pathology of Male Gonads:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3824311/
Can you share what your concern is so that other members may come in to support you?

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@amandajro

Hello @spowell99 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. You will notice that I have removed your lab results image to protect your privacy.

Here is an article on AMH that you might find helpful.

– Serum AMH in Physiology and Pathology of Male Gonads:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3824311/
Can you share what your concern is so that other members may come in to support you?

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Hello @amandajro how are you?

My concern is that I may have PMDS or Persistent Mullerian Duct Syndrome. I had my genes tested through sequencing.com and the results came back for it. I actually have four appointments with Mayo Clinic Hospital Endocrinology Department so I will follow up with them about this. But I posted the AMH blood level because I wanted to get clarity on what a normal and abnormal level would be for a male. I understand the article may shed some light on this. Thank you!

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@spowell99

Hello @amandajro how are you?

My concern is that I may have PMDS or Persistent Mullerian Duct Syndrome. I had my genes tested through sequencing.com and the results came back for it. I actually have four appointments with Mayo Clinic Hospital Endocrinology Department so I will follow up with them about this. But I posted the AMH blood level because I wanted to get clarity on what a normal and abnormal level would be for a male. I understand the article may shed some light on this. Thank you!

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Spowell, I hope you get some answers at your upcoming appointments at Mayo Clinic. If you're comfortable, I'd be interested what you learn.

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@colleenyoung

Spowell, I hope you get some answers at your upcoming appointments at Mayo Clinic. If you're comfortable, I'd be interested what you learn.

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Thank you @colleenyoung for your support! It means a lot!

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