Diminished Ovarian Reserve
Diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) is a condition in which the ovary loses its normal reproductive potential, compromising fertility. The condition may result from disease or injury, but most commonly occurs as a result of normal aging.
Causes Diminished ovarian reserve
Symptoms of Diminished Ovarian Reserve
Diagnosis of Diminished Ovarian Reserve
You have a higher chance of successful therapy if you get diagnosed early. If you are under 35 years of age and have been attempting to conceive for a year, you ought to counsel a specialist. Following a half year, counsel a specialist on the off chance that you're over 35. It's advisable to counsel your PCP quickly away in the event that you're more than 40 and attempting to conceive.
To recognize decreased ovarian hold, a couple of blood tests measure follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) , estradiol and anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH). These hormones are essential for menstruation and reproduction.
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