3 Reasons Why You Should Test Your AMH Levels.

Published on

28/10/2022

 

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is produced by developing ovarian follicles (pouches which contain the eggs) growing in the ovary. Measurement of AMH is useful when assessing fertility and can help determine how well a woman may respond to fertility treatment. AMH can be measured by a simple blood test on any given day during the menstrual cycle.

Here are three reasons why you may consider testing your AMH levels:

 

1. Understand if your AMH levels are normal for your age

As women age, the number of follicles in the body decrease. AMH levels typically rise until early adulthood and peak after puberty. AMH levels will typically decline after the age of 35 becoming undetectable during menopause. Your AMH levels can also decrease as a result of hormone imbalances, illness, medication and genetics.

 

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3. Gain a better understanding of your health

Knowledge is power, and with a Randox Health Check you can gain a strong understanding of your current health and the impact it may have on your future health. Read more on our Anti-Mullerian Hormone on our what we do blog post which breaks down what AMH levels mean for you. Understanding your AMH levels will allow you to take action to benefit your personal health.

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2. Useful in assessing your fertility

Whilst testing for your AMH levels is not a direct fertility test, it is a useful indicator of how well a person may respond to fertility treatment. The NHS outline that the number of follicles remaining is reflective of the number of eggs present in the ovaries. Understanding your AMH levels can be a tool used to help plan optimal treatment to give you the best chance of achieving a successful outcome.

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Find out if your AMH level is normal for your age with a simple blood test at Randox Health. A report will provide a breakdown of your results and what they mean for you. At Randox Health, you have the option of testing both in-clinic and at home where you can gain an understanding of your AMH level from the comfort of your own home.