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Fig. 3

From: Back to the basics of ovarian aging: a population-based study on longitudinal anti-Müllerian hormone decline

Fig. 3

Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) decline with age and time to menopause. White lines represent individual trajectories based on observed AMH levels. Colored lines represent the group trajectories of women based on baseline age-specific AMH quartiles and gray areas indicate the standard error of a group trajectory. a The trajectories of women in the baseline age-specific AMH quartiles are distinguishable until they overlap between ages 55 and 60. The difference between women in low and high age-specific quartiles is largest at age 20. b The trajectories of women in the baseline age-specific AMH quartiles are distinguishable until they overlap around 5 years before the final menstrual period. The difference between women in low and high age-specific quartiles is largest at 20 years before the final menstrual period

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