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Learn more about your ovarian reserve and if its normal for your age. An Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) blood test may help you to make informed decisions on IVF or egg freezing.

  • Find out if your AMH level is normal for your age with a simple blood test
  • Personalised report with key findings
  • Optional remote GP appointment

Why get tested

Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is produced in the ovarian follicles and is used to reflect ovarian reserve (the remaining number of follicles within the ovaries capable of producing an egg).

The AMH blood test will indicate if your levels are normal for your age and is useful if considering fertility treatment such as egg freezing or IVF. The World Health Organisation states infertility affects 1 in 6 people globally, with 17.5% of adults across the world affected by the inability to have a child. Both high and low levels of AMH can impact on fertility. Measurement of AMH cannot determine how many viable eggs a female has remaining or predict a female’s chances of pregnancy.

Typically, AMH levels peak when a woman reaches her mid-twenties and then decline with age, becoming undetectable post-menopause. A low AMH indicates diminished ovarian reserve and a higher AMH level indicates greater ovarian reserve; however, high levels can also occur in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

It is important to note that some types of contraceptive pill may affect your results. If you stop taking the pill, we suggest waiting until your periods have resumed their normal cycle before taking this test. Make sure that you take an alternative form of contraception if you are not planning to become pregnant.

What will my result include

It is important to note that the AMH blood test will not tell you how many viable eggs you have remaining, and it does not predict your likelihood of becoming pregnant. Your AMH result indicates if your AMH level is normal for your age.

How it works

  • Collect your blood sample at home
    Watch our instructional video here.
  • Register your Unique Reference Number (URN) online¬†here
  • Return your sample to the lab for testing
  • Results in 2-3 working days from receipt of sample at lab
  • Book an optional remote GP appointment


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