You are correct and I noticed that right after I sent my first answer. The conversion is 0.63 ng/ml. Here are the quotes related to this value:
1. AMH <0.5 ng/mL predicts reduced ovarian reserve with less than three follicles in an IVF cycle
2. AMH <1.0 ng/mL predicts baseline ovarian reserve with a likelihood of limited eggs at retrieval
This test is relatively new and used initially to determine how well a patient will respond to an IVF cycle related to egg recruitment. This value suggests that there might be limited success in this regard. That being said, I would state the following:
1. You are young and premature menopause at your age is rare
2. You recently came off of birth control pills (which might explain the initially light cycles) and I cannot find whether or not this would effect AFC or AMH, but it is possible, especially with regard to AFC
3. You have not been trying to get pregnant for very long at all. Many couples take up to a year to get pregnant with the success each month only being about 20%
4. I would NOT conclude that your chance of pregnancy is less based only on light cycles and a low AMH (or low AFC)
5. One way to further sort this out (and it should be paid by insurance) is to draw a DAY 3 FSH. This is historically what we have used to determine the health of early cycle egg recruitment. This is what I would draw next. If this test were normal, then I would tell you to go ahead and continue with attempts at conception and schedule a visit in 6 months if you had not conceived.
Does this help? Does this answer your questions?