Hi ladies, hoping you can help me get my head around this!
I received results for FSH and LH over 100, three times in a six month period when I didn't have any periods. was told these are postmenopausal levels and that I was experiencing primary ovarian failure, at the age of 30. However, I've had four periods since and have sought out a second opinion - an AMH test result of 19 which I received indicates (I think?) a normal ovarian reserve.
Has anyone else who is trying to conceive had any discrepancies like this between AMH and FSH/ LH results? I'm very confused by it all!
Because your fsh was presumably taken on a random cycle day and not cd 2-5, as you didn't have cycles at that time, I'd be more inclined to look at the amh! It might have just meant (at the time) that your body just wasn't able to cycle...