Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)

Muhdo has partnered with Randox Health to offer our customers a whole range of at-home health blood tests*

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)

Muhdo has partnered with Randox Health to offer our customers a whole range of at-home health blood tests*

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone produced in the ovaries and is a useful biomarker to indicate ovarian reserve.

One time price offer:

£79.00

Find out if your AMH level is normal for your age with a simple blood test

Personalised report with key findings

Optional remote GP appointment

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone produced in the ovaries and is a useful biomarker to indicate ovarian reserve.

Find out if your AMH level is normal for your age with a simple blood test

Personalised report with key findings

Optional remote GP appointment

One time price offer:
£79.00

Why get tested?

Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) is a protein that is produced by cells in the developing follicles (eggs) in the ovaries of women. It is used as a marker of ovarian reserve, which is the number of eggs that a woman has remaining in her ovaries.

 

AMH levels can be measured through our home blood test, and the results can give an indication of a woman’s ovarian reserve. High levels of AMH typically indicate a higher ovarian reserve, while low levels of AMH may indicate a lower ovarian reserve. A low ovarian reserve may be an indicator of early menopause or reduced fertility.

What will my result include?

It is important to note that AMH measurement does not tell you how many viable eggs you have remaining, and it does not predict the likelihood of becoming pregnant. Your AMH result indicates if your AMH level is normal for your age.

How it works

Collect your blood sample at home
Register your Unique Reference Number (URN) online here
Return your sample to the lab for testing
Receive results
Book an optional remote GP appointment

Why get tested?

Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) is a protein that is produced by cells in the developing follicles (eggs) in the ovaries of women. It is used as a marker of ovarian reserve, which is the number of eggs that a woman has remaining in her ovaries.

 

AMH levels can be measured through our home blood test, and the results can give an indication of a woman’s ovarian reserve. High levels of AMH typically indicate a higher ovarian reserve, while low levels of AMH may indicate a lower ovarian reserve. A low ovarian reserve may be an indicator of early menopause or reduced fertility.

 

What will include in my result?

It is important to note that AMH measurement does not tell you how many viable eggs you have remaining, and it does not predict the likelihood of becoming pregnant. Your AMH result indicates if your AMH level is normal for your age.

How it works

Collect your blood sample at home

Register your Unique Reference Number (URN) online here

Return your sample to the lab for testing

Receive results

Book an optional remote GP appointment

*Randox Health is an international health and toxicology company in the in vitro diagnostics industry headquartered in the UK. The company develops diagnostic solutions for hospitals, clinical, research and molecular labs, food testing, forensic toxicology, veterinary labs and life sciences.