What We Test

Your hormones not only regulate important body functions, such as metabolism, sleep, development and overall mood but also regulate your fertility. By testing certain hormones, we can understand your ovarian reserve, ovulation and cycle, general hormone health and highlight any red flags that relate to your fertility.

We select a panel of hormones, tailored to you and your personal health needs, to yield results that matter to you. Let’s understand the hormones we test, and why we may test you for them.

Anti-Müllerian Hormone

AMH
AMH

Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) is a hormone produced by the granulosa cells in your ovarian follicles, where your eggs grow.

AMH helps in the early development of the follicles that hold and support your eggs before fertilisation.

Because of its close links to your eggs, we test AMH as it is a good indicator of your ‘ovarian reserve’, aka how many eggs you have left. Generally speaking, the more eggs you have, the higher the level of AMH in your blood.

A particularly low level of AMH could indicate a lower number of eggs and could indicate early/perimenopause, or primary ovarian insufficiency. Too much AMH could be associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

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