Jacqueline Howard, CNN writes a very interesting article discussing egg count, fertility and a new study just released....
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"a new study published in the medical journal JAMA on Tuesday suggests that having high FSH and low AMH levels -- which typically indicate a low ovarian reserve or egg count -- might not be significantly tied to reduced fertility after all."
..."As for the new study, its findings help to answer questions about the future fertility potential of a woman without a history of infertility, said Dr. Jennifer Kawwass, assistant professor at Emory University School of Medicine and medical director of IVF and third-party reproduction at the Emory Reproductive Center in Atlanta, who was not involved in the study."
... "As the new study suggests, "biomarker tests showing diminished ovarian reserve do not necessarily predict fertility among women without infertility -- that being said, fertility decreases with age in all women independent of ovarian reserve testing," Kawwass said."