CCRM provided me with my AMH results: 8.5
No ... not .85, not .085, not point eight five, not point zero eight five ... yes, eight point five.
I am so confused.
The CCRM nurse called me and told me she had my results. She told me that my AMH was 8.5 and I said, "do you mean .85 or .085?" and she said "no, we want to see a number above 1.0 and yours was 8.5" ... I asked what the range is and she didn't have that information ... from what I understand it's supposed to be 0-6.5 and I'm 8.5??? So she said I'm PCO.
I then laughed and told her that I'm DOR! Walking into POF. And she said, well your AFC was 24 and that's in line with a high AMH, did our CCRM doctors tell you that you're DOR? ... and I said no.
I have a call with Dr. Schoolcraft at 7AM tomorrow morning to discuss this. The last time I had my AMH drawn (locally) it was 1.0 ... and now it's 8.5?? This number is only supposed to decline and it's supposed to do it slowly. It definitely shouldn't shoot up. It's supposed to be consistent from day to day regardless of which CD you're on.
Now I'm scared that the high number means something bad, like cancer or something. I don't know what else to think. The only thing that makes me think it's not cancer is the high AFC. A high AFC is in line with a high AMH.
I know this doesn't mean much to many non-infertile readers, but it is important and it's very strange.
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