Ovarian Reserve Assessment Marker AMH Test

Ovarian Reserve Assessment Marker AMH Test

Measures your ovulatory egg supply and provides information about what that means for your personal pregnancy journey. Read more
Test details

Sample type:
Blood
Preparation:
You do not need to do anything special to prepare for the sample collection. Fasting is not required for this test. Since AMH does not fluctuate much during a month, you can test on any day of your menstrual cycle. However, hormone therapy or hormonal birth control use may decrease AMH levels and make a woman's egg supply appear lower than it is for her age.
Test type: In Person
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$135.00
+ $6.00 Physician Service Fee
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What
This Ovarian Reserve Assessment Marker test measures the level of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) in your blood. Your AMH level is determined by the number and quality of eggs in your ovaries (ovarian reserve).
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Who
This AMH test is for women who are currently trying to get pregnant or planning for pregnancy.
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How
Blood
Schedule an appointment, then visit a Quest Diagnostics patient service center location.
For the most accurate results, see ‘Preparing for your Sample Collection’ section below for details.
About the Test

The Ovarian Reserve Assessment Marker test measures AMH, a hormone that indicates the approximate number of eggs in your ovaries. AMH provides information about your reproductive health. Although it's linked to your egg count, it doesn't predict fertility.

AMH is a go-to hormone for helping women understand their ovarian reserve. AMH levels naturally decline with age, but not at the same rate for everyone. This test can be helpful for women who want to know if their ovaries reserve is declining faster than normal, signaling a shorter window for pregnancy.

In general, higher AMH levels indicate more eggs and a higher ovarian reserve. Additionally, lower AMH levels means fewer eggs and a lower ovarian reserve.

 

How it works

  • In-person
  • In-home sample collection
1

Buy a lab test & schedule an appointment

No doctor visit required for purchase. Book a visit to one of 2000+ Quest locations.

2

Visit Quest for sample collection

3

Get fast results online

Access results online as soon as they’re available.

4

Get physician support

Discuss your results with an independent physician at no extra cost.

1

Buy a lab test
+ in-home sample collection

If in-home service is available in your area, purchase for an additional $79 fee.

2

Schedule an appointment

After you make a purchase, Quest Mobile will contact you to schedule an in-home sample collection appointment.

3

In-home sample collection

A Quest Mobile phlebotomist will collect your sample and deliver it to Quest Diagnostics.

4

Get fast results online

Access results online as soon as they’re available. Discuss your results with an independent physician at no extra cost.

 

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