The Ovarian Reserve test measures the level of AMH (Anti Mullerian Hormone) in your blood, giving a good indication of the number of eggs you have left. This can help indicate your fertility potential, both for the present and the future. If a woman's AMH levels are below what is normal for her age, this indicates that her pregnancy chances are lower than what is expected at her age. If you are thinking about having IVF, this test can also gives you an indication of how you are likely to respond to treatment.
Anti Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by granulosa cells in ovarian follicles. The Ovarian Reserve test measures that amount of Anti Mullerian Hormone (AMH) in a woman's blood and indicates the number of eggs you have left. Abnormally high levels of AMH can indicate the presence of PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome).
Any woman planning for the future, trying to conceive or considering IVF. The ovarian reserve check can allow you to gauge how long you have left to conceive. This test will allow you to plan ahead and make the necessary steps towards increasing your chances of getting pregnant in the future.
This test can be taken on any day of your menstrual cycle. Levels do not fluctuate, making it a reliable measure of your ovarian reserve.
Fertility is decreased by half among women in their 30’s compared with women in their early 20’s.
1 in 6 couples of reproductive age experience difficulties conceiving a child.
Ovarian reserves decrease with age and taking a test, can help you know your current tatus and plan for the future.
Our labs use the latest technology to analyse smaller samples of blood. Our tests are easy to use, so there’s no needles and no fuss.
Once you return your sample in the supplied packaging, you will receive results to your password protected account within as little as five days, with direct contact for positive results.
Orders and test results are reviewed by certified medical professionals, with support from genetic counsellors, specialist doctors and registered nurses.
Any questions? Call our Support Team on +1 347 706-1563