Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH)
AMH can be drawn at ANY DAY in a woman's menstrual cycle.
We will send a phlebotomist to draw your blood in the safety, comfort and privacy of your own home.
The primary use of AMH testing is to assess a woman’s ovarian reserve, or in more basic terms, it is an approximation of the supply of eggs a woman has remaining
Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone blood test that is one of several key factors used to help diagnose and treat women experiencing infertility issues. Benefits of AMH testing include: a more direct measurement of ovarian reserve since AMH is produced by developing eggs whereas other tests measure hormones produced by the brain, can be done with blood drawn on any day of the menstrual cycle, and results are not significantly affected by oral contraceptive therapy so patients on oral contraceptives do not have to go off of them.