Anti mullarian hormone level in non endometriotic benign ovarian cyst before and after laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
SafaaAbdesalam Ibrahim, Ali El-Shabrawy Ali, Mustafa Abdo Ahmed, Salma Abdussalam Ali
Objective :This study aimed tothe comparison of anti-mullerian hormone level in benign ovarian cyst Before and after laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy. Methods:This was clinical trial studyincluded 34 women undergoing Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy for benign ovarian cyst to evaluate ovarian reserve by using AMH level determination, and at one and 3 months after laparoscopic cystectomy. Serum AMH levels were compared before and after the surgery and between various types of ovarian cyst.Results: There was significant higher reduction among younger than olderage groups (49.7% versus 41.5%), bigger than smaller cyst size (51.5% versus 39.2%), higher reduction among patients with higher pre-operative Anti-Mullerian Hormone (≥ 5 ng/ml) than<5 ng/ml (50.6% versus 40.7%).Serum AMH was significantly decreased after ovarian cystectomy in the next 3 months post-operative.Conclusions: Decreased serum AMH may be contributed to decreased ovarian reserve after laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy. This can result from thermo-coagulation used for hemostasis during the operation.