AMH stands for Anti-Mullerian Hormone. AMH is produced directly by the ovarian follicles and therefore AMH levels correlate with the number of antral follicles in the ovaries . It has been documented that women with lower AMH have lower antral follicular counts and produce a lower number of oocytes (eggs) compared with women with higher levels.
AMH levels do not change significantly throughout the menstrual cycle and it usually decrease with age. Healthy women, below 38 years old, with normal follicular status at day 3 of the menstrual cycle, have AMH levels of 2.0 - 6.8 ng/ml (14.28 - 48.55 pmol/L). High levels are found in patients with Polycystic ovaries.
Now, in your case AMH is low suggesting that your egg count is less. AMH cannot be improved by medication. Therefore i would suggest you to start your treatment at the earliest with an infertility
specialist rather than waiting for natural conception. Your doctor will explain the best mode of treatment to get you pregnant at the earliest, based on your other test reports. All the best.