Document Type : Research Paper
The study focused on the anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) and its relationship with the regularity of the menstrual cycle and the increase in infertility in women. Where was it collected 93 sample of infertile women and 60 sample as a control group. The results showed a significant decrease in the AMH concentration in infertile women, compared to healthy women for all age groups of infertile women compared to healthy women at the probability level (P = 0.05), and age is a major factor affecting hormone levels, and usually older women are more susceptible to deficiency AMH due to decreased ovarian production of eggs with age and decreased fertility, especially after the age of 35 due to a decrease in the number and quality of eggs, as an egg is sent from the ovary to the female’s uterus every month from the time of puberty to menopause. The study also showed that the AMH level in infertile women with a regular menstrual cycle is higher compared to infertile women who suffer from irregular menstruation, which indicates the possibility of AMH deficiency is one of the factors that affect the regularity of the menstrual cycle.
Finally, the study proved that AMH is a new indicator of increased risks of infertility and miscarriage in women, especially with menstrual disorders for all age groups.