PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a genetic, hormonal, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects fertility levels. This week a Perth-based blogger Fight Against Fat posted a very real and honest description of what its like to live with PCOS.
Have you attended your doctor to have a ‘Day 21 Progesterone blood test’ carried out? Have you left feeling more confused by the result than you were before?
If there was a ‘Holy Grail’ of female fertility blood tests then I think AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) is the one. It is perhaps the single most important female fertility blood test to have carried out if you have been trying to conceive without success.
This is the first in a series of posts during which I will give you accurate and factual information in relation to female fertility blood tests. A huge number of blood tests can be performed to identify female fertility levels.
Last January did you make a New Years resolution that 2016 was going to be your year to get pregnant? Have you been going around in circles since then and getting more and more fed up with each month that passes without a positive pregnancy test? Have you lost direction and feel like you don’t know where to turn to next?