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AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) Test

Our Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) test checks ovarian reserve. It is a particularly useful marker if you are thinking of starting a family later on in life or undergoing fertility treatment.
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When do I take the test?
This test should be taken on day 3 of your menstrual cycle (day 1 being the first day of your period). If you are not having a period, it can be taken at any time. If you are on biotin supplements discuss with your GP prior to taking the test.
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Why do the AMH Blood test?

Knowing your AMH levels are normal for your age is useful if you are thinking of starting a family later in life or are undergoing IVF treatment. Anti-Mullerian Hormone blood tests cannot identify fertility issues or predict your chances of falling pregnant, but our Fertility blood test can help you understand your ovarian reserve.

When and how to test your AMH

You can test your AMH levels from the comfort of your home with our finger prick blood test. We recommend you collect your blood sample on day 3 of your menstrual cycle, or any time if you’ve stopped having periods. You don’t need to fast before taking the test. The kit contains everything you need to collect a small sample of blood. It also includes a free return postage label for you to post it back to our labs for analysis. Our medical team will review your results and give comments and advice to help you understand them.

Frequently asked questions​

This is what our customers ask us most about this test. For more information, try our help centre.

  • What is AMH?

    Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) is a hormone produced in the ovaries of women and can be used to measure a woman’s ovarian reserve – how many eggs you have left.

    As women are born with a fixed number of eggs, measuring ovarian reserve through an AMH blood test can indicate how many eggs remain, although it can’t give you an exact number.

  • How can I increase my AMH levels?

    Unfortunately, there are currently no proven ways to increase your AMH levels.

    However, you can focus on the quality of your eggs by ensuring you are at a healthy weight and not smoking –  tobacco and obesity have been associated with lower egg quality – and ensuring that your menstrual cycle is well regulated.

  • What causes low AMH?

    AMH levels naturally decline as a woman ages. Lower levels are typical as women approach menopause.

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) can sometimes cause higher AMH levels due to multiple small cysts on the ovaries. In some cases, it can also lead to lower AMH levels, possibly indicating diminished ovarian reserve.

    Surgical removal of ovarian tissue or certain medical treatments like chemotherapy can impact AMH levels by reducing the number of viable eggs in the ovaries.

    Smoking can be associated with lower AMH levels. There is also a potential link to high BMI having a factor in having a reduced AMH.

  • What is a normal AMH level?

    The optimal range of AMH changes as you age. Guideline ranges for each age group are:

    • 20 to 25 – 8.7 – 83.6 pmol/L
    • 25 to 30 – 6.4 – 70.3 pmol/L
    • 30 to 35 – 4.1 – 58 pmol/L
    • 35 to 40 – 1.1 – 53.5 pmol/L
    • 40 to 45 – 0.2 – 39.1 pmol/L
    • 45 to 55 – 0.1 – 19.3 pmol/L

    AMH levels are, on average, lower in older women (particularly over the age of 40) and higher in women with Polycystic Ovaries (PCO) or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

  • What is a good AMH level to get pregnant?

    AMH levels between 7pmol/L-28.5pmol/L is considered a normal range. Levels below 7pmol/L are considered to be low and may be indicative of reduced ovarian reserves (remaining eggs).

  • How soon will the test arrive?

    If you order your test before midday on a Monday to Friday then your kit will be dispatched the same day. All our kits are sent out via Royal Mail first class post, so it should be with you within 1-2 working days.

  • How secure is my data?

    We have strict processes in place to ensure the protection of your data. Following GDPR the company also operates under tight legal rules about the sharing of data which ensures that data is only shared if it is crucial to the delivery of our service. For example, our doctors see customer results at the time of review, however, after review, access to results is withdrawn.

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  • Can I have someone take my blood for me?

    Yes. We offer two options if you do not want to do our finger prick test. The first is a home appointment where a nurse comes to your home to take a blood sample. The second is to visit a Phlebotomy clinic near you that offers a blood sample service.

    A blood sample will be taken from your vein and we will provide you with everything you need to give to the nurse to allow them to take the sample. The nurse will give you the blood sample to return to us using the pre-paid envelope provided.

  • Does a doctor review my results?

    We have a team of doctors and nurses who look at all results and will comment on any results that are outside of the normal range for your age.

  • Can I download the results to share with my GP?

    Yes, you can download your results from your health dashboard as a PDF to share with your GP.

    Learn how to export your results.

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"An anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) test assesses a woman's ovarian reserve or egg supply. It measures the level of AMH in the blood, which reflects the number of eggs remaining in the ovaries. A higher AMH level suggests better fertility potential, while a lower level may indicate reduced fertility or the approach of peri-menopause."
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When you purchase this test subscription plan, we will automatically send you another test kit in a few months. Don’t worry – you have full control over when this will be, and you can change/cancel it anytime.

When you first purchase this test, you can choose your subscription options in the checkout. We do this, because we recommend taking multiple tests over time to track how your health markers change. You’ll be charged per test kit (rather than monthly, for example).

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One test will show you what areas you need to focus on, continued testing will help you learn how your training, diet and lifestyle is impacting your health.

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We recommend a follow up test 3 months after your first test, followed by a test every 6 months depending on your results, but its up to you!

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Yes, you can tailor/customise subsequent tests (via your app) to focus on just the areas that need improving.

Blood sample collection options

You can choose your preferred collection method when you checkout

Finger prick kit (FREE)

You can do this test at home without the need for a doctor. We’ll send you everything you need to collect your sample and post it back to us. And it’s all included in the cost. We’ve put together a video that covers the process, making it easy to check and track your health from home.

Home nurse appointment (+£60)

We’ll arrange for a medical professional to visit your home and collect your sample. This is great if you’re unsure on how it all works or have trouble collecting a sample. No need to book a doctor’s appointment or visit a clinic, we’ll send you everything you need to collect a sample and post it back to our labs.

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Once you’ve ordered your test, look out for an email from our phlebotomy partners containing information and a link to book your appointment. We’ll send you everything the clinic will need to complete the sample and post it back to our labs.

Organise a nurse myself (FREE)

If none of the above options work for you, you can arrange your own medical professional to collect your sample. There is no additional charge for this. Once you’ve ordered your test, we’ll send you everything you and your chosen medical professional will need to collect a sample and post it back to our labs. 

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Take your finger prick blood sample at home, or choose to have your blood taken at a Superdrug health clinic or a nurse at home. Return to our NHS lab using our prepaid envelope.

3. View your results

View your results on your secure health dashboard within 2 working days of our lab receiving your sample. Read personalised comments from our GPs.

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With more in-depth results, you will be able to identify areas that need improving. Make the changes and track your progress.

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