The rapid development of medical science is even more so in the field of reproductive medicine. However, of all infertility problems, women with advance age caused poor egg quality is still the most difficult issue to overcome. Age directly affects fertility. The older you are, the further fertility declines. How do women protect their reproductive ability?
Prevention is better than cure
Cryopreservation of germ cells can prolong the reproductive capacity of men and women. Frozen eggs before the age of 35 can increase the chance of pregnancy. If there is in need of cancer treatment, frozen sperm or eggs can also devoid harmful effects of chemical therapy.
Knowledge shall promote elective action
Physical and psychological ages are different, and up to 1% women have problems with premature ovarian failure ( loss of function of the ovaries before age 40). Knowing your ovarian reserve and function can plot a strategy early. Only when women master AMH can they plan their pregnancy plans and life goals.
AMH, or Mullerian inhabiting Hormone (MIS), is an ideal indicator of ovarian function in recent years. AMH level decreases with age and is not detectable by menopause. Women who are concerned about infertility need to know their own ovaries. AMH is the most convenient and effective index to evaluate women's ovarian function.
When a couple's own eggs or sperm fail to reach the goal of conception. They might need to consider the options of donor sperm, donor eggs, or surrogacy to have children. Of course, donor egg or sperm need someone to donate. If young men and women with normal fertility can show their sympathy to donate sperm and eggs, they will be able to help many struggled families.