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We’re born with all the eggs we’ll ever have—and their quantity and quality decrease as we age. If you think you might want a baby someday, but aren’t ready right now, freezing your eggs keeps your options open.
We encourage all women to be informed about their own fertility. The vast majority of women aren’t aware of their fertility fitness until it’s too late, and by then, options are limited. When women understand where they’re at today, they can make informed decisions about their options for future pregnancies.
There are so many factors that affect a woman’s ability to conceive, but there are three inexpensive tests you can ask about to get the conversation going with your OB/GYN:
FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone) levels can be tested through a simple blood test that’s generally administered on day three of your menstrual cycle to determine how hard your body needs to work to produce mature eggs.
AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) assesses your ovarian reserve and helps a doctor to determine if you are a candidate for IVF using your own eggs, or if you can conceive on your own without IVF.