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A Case Report on Two Spontaneous Pregnancies and Two Elevated Anti-Müullerian Hormone (AMH) of Subfertile Patients with Low AMH Level after Korean Medical Treatments
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A Case Report on Two Spontaneous Pregnancies and Two Elevated Anti-Müullerian Hormone (AMH) of Subfertile Patients with Low AMH Level after Korean Medical Treatments
Choi, Yong-Ju; Jung, So-Young;
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 Abstract
Objectives: AMH is considered a sensitive marker of ovarian reserve, and it tends to be included among basic fertility tests. This paper is to report two spontaneous pregnancies and two elevated AMH which were achieved by subfertile women with low AMH level after Korean medical treatments. Methods: The patients in these cases were 36~41 years old. Four subfertile patients with low AMH level (0.01 to 1.88 ng/mL) were treated with herbal medication, acupuncture, moxibustion between June 2013 and December 2015. The patients were diagnosed as Kidney deficiency (腎虛), Blood extravasation (瘀血) and/or Liver Qi stagnation (肝氣鬱結). Results: The two subfertile women with low AMH level achieved spontaneous pregnancy and two subfertile women with low AMH were elevated AMH after Korean medical treatments. Conclusions: The case report suggests that Korean medical treatment can be an effective option for subfertile women with low AMH level before Assisted Reproductive Technology.
 Keywords
anti-Müllerian hormone;infertility;subfertility;
 Language
Korean
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대한한방부인과학회지, 2016. vol.29. 3, pp.68-77 crossref(new window)
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