Dec 10, 2020
Today, we delve into the fascinating world of ovarian reserve and the recent update published by ASRM. Our special guest, Dr. Anne Steiner, Professor and Chief Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Duke University, joins us to shed light on this important topic.
Ovarian reserve is a key factor in a woman's reproductive health, and measuring it accurately is crucial for fertility assessments. Dr. Steiner discusses the various methods used to test and interpret ovarian reserve and highlights the recent developments in markers used for ovarian reserve testing.
In addition, Dr. Steiner provides valuable insights for both patients and physicians, clarifying who should undergo ovarian reserve testing and the considerations involved. She emphasizes that these tests are markers of ovarian reserve and not indicators of egg quality.
We encourage our listeners to visit www.asrm.org to explore the full document and access other resources available on the ASRM website. Join us as we unravel the complexities of ovarian reserve and gain a deeper understanding of this crucial aspect of reproductive health.
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