I'm not sure how much faith I put in AMH results anymore. My 1st AMH result was .38 and then not even a year later it was .97. I don't know why it went up, but it hasn't helped me get PG. I've heard of women getting PG both through IF treatments and on their own with low AMH results, but I don't have a personal success story to share.
Were your AMH results done at different labs? Just wondering.
I'm not sure how much I trust the AMH results from when I had the test done since the lab that drew it didn't even know about the test and was sending it off to a different lab for testing. The lab didn't know what type of tube to put it in, whether it was supposed to be at room temp, chilled, or frozen. It was a debacle.
I've also read a couple of journal articles that concluded that certain ranges can predict whether you may under respond, respond normally, or hyperstimulate with inject protocols. I think the AMH in conjunction with the other hormone levels and AFC may give you an indication of egg quality and reserve, but that one low number in and of itself shouldn't worry you too much. My AMH was 1.08, but all my other levels were normal and AFC was 14. So at this point I'm not worrying too much, but will likely move to IVF if IUI #2 doesn't work.