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Anti Mullerian Hormone Test 1900


AMH blood test indicates feritility issues in women. Also, with AMH Test, the success rate of antifertility treatment can be measured.

Specimen Type

:  Blood

Pre-test Information

:  No Special Preparation Required.

Report Delivery

:  24 Hours

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Rs.350

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What is Anti Mullerian Hormone Test?

AMH blood test indicates feritility issues in women. Also, with AMH Test, the success rate of antifertility treatment can be measured.

 

Why take Anti Mullerian Hormone Test?

  • An ovarian reserve marker: This test is an indicator of women’s fertility and is also used to measure the success of antifertility treatment
  • AMH test is also used to predict the onset of Menopasuse. Once a woman reaches menopause there is no AMH in the blood and hence declining levels of AMH is used to predict when a woman is likely to hit menopause.
  • AMH levels are elevated in PCOS and certain ovarian tumours

 

Is this test for you?

AMH is ideal for you if you display symptoms of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome): Symptoms of PCOS includes hirsutism (excessive hair growth on body), cystic acne related to PCOS, balding i.e, loss of scalp hair, missed and irregular periods. AMH results are usually elevated in PCOS and your doctor will order this test for you if you have symptoms of PCOS.

 

More about Anti Mullerian Hormone Test

AMH is present in both males and females, and levels vary with age and gender. In females, the amount of AMH is proportional to follicular growth and plays an important role in women of child-bearing age. AMH, together with follicular stimulating hormone (FSH) or luteinizing hormone (LH) balance and regulate the monthly ovarian cycle-including maturation of egg or release, extremely critical if one is planning to conceive. AMH test is also more commonly called as the Ovarian Reserve Marker because it serves as an indicator of a woman’s fertility and the measure of success of antifertility treatment. The levels of AMH in the blood drop significantly at the onset of menospause and virtually absent after menopause. Hence the AMH test is also a predictor for onset of Menopause. AMH test carries high importance in the diagnosis of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome); PCOS is marked by excess follicles which in turn produce abnormally high amounts of AMH. This is also observed in case of an ovarian tumor. An AMH test may be ordered when evaluating ovarian function, fertility issues, especially when considering assisted reproduction procedures such as IVF. AMH test is not just an ovarian reserve marker but a marker in Non IVF setting and a predictive marker in IVF setting, which can predict the success of IVF treatment.

Reference Values

Gender Stage Value ng/ml
Female Common Range for all age groups 0.9-9.5
Male Common Range for all age groups 2-16.5
Male Tanner I 6-148.9
Male Tanner II 2-70.1
Male Tanner III 2.-31.9
Male Tanner IV & V 2-13.5

Interpretations

Interpretation (women under age 35) AMH Blood Level
High (often PCOS) Over 4.0 ng/ml
Normal 1.5 - 4.0 ng/ml
Low Normal Range 1.0 - 1.5 ng/ml
Low 0.5 - 1.0 ng/ml
Very Low Less than 0.5 ng/ml