Anti-Mullerian Hormone

Also known:

AMH, Mullerian inhibitory hormone

systematic name:

Anti-Mullerian Hormone


What sample is required?

The determination is made from a venous blood sample from the arm.

Is some kind of prior preparation necessary?

For this test you do not need any special preparation.

Why do the analysis?

To evaluate ovarian function and fertility in women; sometimes in the evaluation of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) or to assess the effectiveness of ovarian cancer treatment; in babies, to evaluate external sexual organs not clearly defined as male or female (ambiguous genitalia) and/or testicular function if the baby is male.

When to do the analysis?

When you want to assess a woman's fertility, predict the onset of menopause or if PCOS is suspected; sometimes, before performing some assisted reproduction techniques; periodically when a woman is being treated for having or having had an anti-mullerian hormone (AMH)-producing ovarian cancer; when a baby is suspected to be missing or not working properly.

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