AMH test (Anti Mullerian Hormone) is done to examine the functioning of the ovary and to predict the possible menopause. It is also done to detect poly-cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
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|AMH Test Labs & Book Appointment||Price Starting From|
|AMH Test Price in Delhi||₹1260|
|AMH Test Price in Gurgaon||₹1200|
|AMH Test Cost in Bangalore||₹1350|
|AMH Test Cost in Mumbai||₹1500|
|AMH Test Cost in Chennai||₹1350|
|AMH Test Price in Hyderabad||₹1350|
|AMH Test Price in Other Indian Cities||₹1140|
Frequently Asked Questions About AMH Test
What is an AMH test?
Anti Mullerian Hormone is the full form of AMH. The AMH is a hormone produced by the reproductive tissues in both men and women. AMH is responsible to develop the eggs produced by the ovary in women to conceive. It is done to evaluate the ovarian reserve left and to know the cause of reduced egg count.
AMH test is done to examine the functioning of the ovary and to predict the possible menopause. It is also done to detect poly-cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). AMH test measures the level of AMH in the blood. It is also used as a tumor marker for ovarian cancer.
The AMH test cannot detect the cause of the irregular menstrual cycle. Sometimes AMH test is done along with other hormone tests such as estradiol and FSH test to examine the remaining time left to conceive and to know the cause of fertility-related problems.
When is AMH Test Done?
Generally, the AMH test is done to examine the functioning of the ovary and to detect the cause of fertility issues. Your doctor will ask you to take the AMH test if you show symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) such as
- Enlargement of ovaries
- Change in breast size
- Delayed or absence of menstrual cycle (amenorrhea)
- Abnormal bleeding outside of the menstrual period
- Loss or gain in weight
AMH test is also done to assist the reproduction procedures such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). AMH test is done in infants having ambiguous genitalia in girls or to know the cause of the absence of testicles in the boy. AMH test also helps to monitor an ongoing treatment for ovarian cancer.
Is there any Preparation Required for AMH Test?
AMH test is done on the blood samples. There are no special preparations required for the test. You can have a normal diet and carry on with your regular activities. It is recommended to wear half-sleeved cloth for the procedure for convenience.
What is the Procedure of the AMH test?
The procedure of the AMH test is almost similar to that of any other blood test. A nurse will put an elastic band around your arm to make your veins swell. A needle will be then injected into the vein to draw the blood sample.
After removing the needle, a cotton ball will be used to put pressure on the puncture site to stop the bleeding. A ban aid will be put on the punctured site. The collected blood samples will be then sent to the laboratory for further testing.
What do the AMH Test Results Mean?
AMH test measures the level of anti-Mullerian hormone in the blood. The normal range of AMH levels varies depending on age and gender. The decreased level of AMH in the blood indicates that you may have the low number of eggs, low fertility level, the onset of menopause, and premature ovarian failure.
The increased level of AMH indicates that you may have poly-cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). If the test is done to monitor an ongoing treatment, the decreasing or increasing level of AMH indicates the response to the treatment.