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AMH (ANTI-MULLERIAN-HORMONE)

About the test
What is this test done for?
Anti Mullerian Hormone test is done to measure ovarian reserve (fertility) & levels of the hormone in the blood.
Why is it Done?
This blood test is a marker test as this hormone’s levels remain steady throughout the menstrual cycle. This is done :
  • To evaluate ovarian function.
  • To estimate the remaining time left to conceive.
  • To predict the onset of menopause.
  • To evaluate the response of assisted reproduction procedure like IVF.
  •  To evaluate the PCOS syndrome.
  • To help evaluate the response to ovarian cancer treatment.
When should it be performed?
When patient presents with following symptoms:
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding.
  •  Acne.
  • Amenorrhoea.
  • Decreased breast size.
  • Enlarged ovaries.
  • Excess hair on face & body like male hair growth pattern.
  • Weight gain, obesity, fat distribution in the centre of the body.
  • Skin tags in arm pit & neck, thinning of hair.
  • In infants with ambiguous genitalia.
  • In male child when testicles have not descended.
How is it done
A blood sample will be collected from a vein in your arm. Fasting is not required prior to sample collection.
Results
Results vary according to the phase & age of the patient. Different ranges are seen with different labs. These values have to be related clinically with the patient.
Other Tests
AFC (Antral follicle count), FSH, LH, Progesterone, Testoterone levels should also be done to assess fertility status in couples under infertility treatment.
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