AMH Blood Test

Useful information about the AMH Blood Test

If you need an AMH Blood Test in the US and don't have anywhere to go, we would recommend checking out Accesa Labs.

What is Anti-Mullerian Hormone, or AMH?

Anti-Mullerian Hormone is a hormone produced by the follicles of the ovaries. AMH levels stay fairly constant in the body which means it typically does not vary with the menstrual cycle.

Why should I get an AMH blood test?

Studies suggest that Anti-Mullerian Hormone may be a marker of ovarian reserve, or the possibility of having viable eggs in the future. The AMH blood test is often used to help make medical decisions about egg freezing.

How might an AMH blood test be used in practice?

If someone's "fertility age" is older based on AMH blood test levels, your provider might decide to expedite certain fertility procedures to help you get pregnant earlier.

Can AMH blood test levels be too high?

Polycystic ovarian syndrome and other types of ovarian tumors may cause excessive AMH blood test levels.

Do I need to prepare in any special way for an AMH blood test?

No, and fasting is not required for the AMH blood test.

What does an AMH blood test sample report look like?

To view a PDF of an AMH sample report, please CLICK HERE.

Will my insurance cover an AMH blood test?

It depends on your insurance. Some insurance plans cover the AMH blood test while other people order AMH blood testing online, usually at reasonable cash prices.

This information is subject to change. We provide this information as a service and do not warrant the accuracy of any of this information.