Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is commonly used in a clinical setting
to measure fertility or ovarian reserve. While AMH is widely used and
accepted as a viable marker, little research shows how lifestyle factors
affect age-specific AMH levels.
Alarmingly, the average sperm count for adult males has decreased by 50
percent since 1938 and is currently declining at a rate of 2 percent
each year, according to a study in the British Medical Journal.
Finding out if you are fertile is important so if there is a problem it can be addressed as soon as possible. Here is a quick 12-Step program to assess your fertility.
If pregnancy does not happen as expected, or there are are issues, both male and female partners need to get tested for fertility.