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AMH (ANTI-MULERIAN HORMONE) TEST

What’s AMH test

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone produced by ovarian follicles and is essential for the development of follicles. Blood AMH levels provide valuable insights into a woman's ovarian reserve and the number of remaining eggs. This, in turn, aids in assessing her fertility potential and plays a crucial role in guiding treatment decisions for infertility or assisted reproductive technologies (ART). AMH testing serves as a vital tool in the field of reproductive medicine and is widely used in fertility clinics.

Learn more about your ovarian reserve and whether it aligns with your age. An Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) blood test can offer valuable insights for making informed choices regarding IVF or egg freezing.

Learn if your AMH level is appropriate for your age through a straight forward blood test.
Receive a personalized report highlighting key findings.
To schedule a FREE consultation with our specialists.

How does AMH test work?

Here is an overview of the process:

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1.  Ordering:

i. Order your AMH kit today by simply clicking on the "Get you AMH Test kit' button below.
ii. Follow instructions to fill in your personal and shipping details.

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2. Confirmation & Delivery:

After successfully filling out the form and making the payment, please click the button below to share your PayPal transaction ID and confirm your order.

Once the order is confirmed wait for the kit at home with a peace of mind.

3. Blood sample collection:

Collect your blood sample at home follow our instruction menu.

4. Return the sample to us:

Return your sample to us for lab testing with your choice of shipping method.

5. Laboratory analysis:

Results in 10-14 working days from receipt of sample at lab.

6. Interpretation of results:

Once the results are obtained, our healthcare specialist to contact you for your report explanation.

Why You Should Get Tested

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is produced in the ovarian follicles and serves as an indicator of ovarian reserve (the remaining number of follicles in the ovaries capable of producing an egg).

Normally, AMH levels peak in a woman's mid-twenties and then decrease with age, becoming undetectable after menopause. A low AMH suggests reduced ovarian reserve, while a higher level indicates a greater reserve. It's important to note that elevated levels can also occur in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

The AMH blood test can reveal if your levels align with what's expected for your age. This information is particularly helpful if you're considering fertility treatments like egg freezing or IVF. According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 6 individuals globally faces infertility, affecting 17.5% of adults worldwide who struggle to conceive. Both high and low AMH levels can influence fertility. However, it's essential to understand that AMH measurement cannot specify the exact number of viable eggs a woman has left or predict her chances of pregnancy.

Keep in mind that certain types of contraceptive pills may impact your results. If you decide to stop taking the pill, it's recommended to wait until your menstrual cycle returns to its regular pattern before undergoing this test. Additionally, if you're not planning to conceive, ensure you use an alternative form of contraception.

What Will My Results Include

Its crucial to understand that the AMH blood test won't provide an exact count of viable eggs remaining, nor can it predict your likelihood of becoming pregnant. Instead, it indicates whether your AMH level's aligns with what's typical for your age.

Your Personalized Report

Our user-friendly AMH report will break down your results and their implications. Report will be sent to the email address provided during registration.

Want to know your AMH level?

Get in touch with us today and get expert guidance and assistance to answer all your question and help you check your AMH level.
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