AMH-Anti Mullerian Hormone test

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An AMH test may be ordered in women when evaluating ovarian function, fertility issues, especially when considering assisted reproduction procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), and when a health practitioner wants to determine a woman's likelihood of entering menopause.

Abnormal uterine bleeding

Acanthosis nigricans

Acne

Absence of menstrual cycle (amenorrhea)

Decreased breast size

Enlarged ovaries

Excess face and body hair (hirsutism) involving male hair growth patterns, such as hair on the face, sideburn area, chin, upper lip, lower abdominal midline, chest, areola, lower back, buttock, and inner thigh

Weight gain/obesity, with fat distribution in center of the body

Skin tags in the armpits or neck

Thinning hair, with male pattern baldness

Anti mullerian hormone in blood of a woman is measured and is used in evaluating ovarian function, fertility issues, especially when considering assisted reproduction procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), and when a health practitioner wants to determine a woman's likelihood of entering menopause.

Blood tests are normally well-tolerated. Some people have smaller or larger veins, which may make taking a blood sample more difficult. However, risks associated with blood tests like the ACTH hormone test are rare. Uncommon risks of having blood drawn include: excessive bleeding lightheadedness or fainting hematoma, or blood pooling under the skin infection at the site

Clomifene encourages the monthly release of an egg from the ovaries (ovulation). If clomifene is unsuccessful in encouraging ovulation, another medication called metformin may be recommended. Metformin is often used to treat type 2 diabetes, but it can also lower insulin and blood sugar levels in women with PCOS.

Test Method 1 : A blood sample is needed. Most of the time blood is drawn from a vein located on the inside of the elbow or the back of the hand. 

In infants or young children, a sharp tool called a lancet may be used to puncture the skin. 

 

The blood collects in a small glass tube called a pipette, or onto a slide or test strip. 

A bandage is put over the spot to stop any bleeding. Amount of anti mullerian hormone is measured in blood. 

Report available : The Turn around time for this test is around 24 hours.

A person with the following symptoms should get this test done. Abnormal uterine bleeding

Acanthosis nigricans

Acne

Absence of menstrual cycle (amenorrhea)

Decreased breast size

Enlarged ovaries

Excess face and body hair (hirsutism) involving male hair growth patterns, such as hair on the face, sideburn area, chin, upper lip, lower abdominal midline, chest, areola, lower back, buttock, and inner thigh

Weight gain/obesity, with fat distribution in center of the body

Skin tags in the armpits or neck

Thinning hair, with male pattern baldness

polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), ovarian cancers