What is it?

An AMH test is a simple blood test that measures Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) levels in a woman’s blood. This test provides a good indication of a woman’s ovarian reserve of eggs, which can mature and be fertilised.

Why is it used?

The Anti-Müllerian Hormone is a hormone that is produced by cells in the ovarian follicles. The amount of AMH in the blood is a fair indication of the number of viable eggs in a woman’s ovaries .
What if I have a low AMH level?

A low AMH level indicates that you have fewer eggs available. You may consider obtaining a referral to one of our fertility specialists who will be happy to provide a further explanation of your results and discuss treatment options.

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