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AMH Test (Anti Mullerian Hormone Test)

  • Sample Type : Blood
  • Parameters : 1
  • Report Time : 24/48 Hrs
  • Home Collection: Yes
  • Fasting : Not Required
  • Age Group: All
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AMH Test (Anti Mullerian Hormone Test)
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The Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test is a blood test that measures the levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (a protein hormone produced by the cells in the ovary's small follicles) to primarily be used to assess a woman's ovarian reserve and fertility potential.

The amount of AMH present in the blood provides an indication of the number of eggs remaining in a woman's ovaries. This information is vital for assessing fertility, predicting the response to fertility treatments, and estimating the timing of menopause.

Learn everything about anti-mullerian hormone testing before you book your test online. 

Why Do I Need AMH Hormone Test? 

The healthcare provider can suggest you get an AMH blood test for one or multiple of the following reasons:

  • Having fertility problems in women and men
  • Finding out if your egg supply is normal for your age.
  • Plan in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment
  • Having symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Currently being treated for certain types of ovarian cancer
  • A male baby or child who doesn't have testicles in the scrotum
  • A baby with genitals that aren't clearly male or female

How To Prepare For AMH Blood Testing?

There are no special preparations needed when getting an AMH blood test. In certain cases, the healthcare provider might want you to fast (not consume any food for a few hours) before the test if required. Avoid strenuous exercise as Intense physical activity before the test may affect hormone levels, so refrain from vigorous exercise for at least 24 hours before the test.

What Happens During AMH Testing?

An AMH Blood test only takes a few minutes

  • As per the scheduled time of the blood test, a lab technician who usually takes blood samples will arrive.
  • A thin needle will be used to draw blood from your arm’s vein.
  • The needle might cause a mild pinch and some discomfort.
  • The lab technician then fills a collection tube with blood and then removes the needle from the skin.
  • They place a small bandage on the arm.

Should you call for the Anti-Mullerian hormone test at home or get it done at your nearest clinic? Continue reading to know more. 

Can I Take the AMH Test At Home?

Yes, the Anti-Mullerian Hormone test can be taken at home. HealthcareOnTime’s at-home lab testing service, in association with Thyrocare, provides a convenient and efficient way to get important medical tests done from the comfort of your place without the need for a doctor's visit or a trip to a lab. It is always advised to consult with a healthcare provider about any concerns regarding your test results.

How Much Does AMH Test Cost?

The AMH test price varies depending on various factors, such as where you live, the healthcare provider or a laboratory that performs the test, and whether or not you have health insurance coverage. You can check the AMH blood test cost on our website. We offer this test at INR 1795. Our prices are lower than the average test prices without compromising on quality. 

What Does AMH Test Mean?

The test results for an AMH test can be varied based on the intention of the test:

  • Actively Trying at Pregnancy
  1. High AMH - You have more eggs available
  2. Low AMH - Egg supply is shrinking, and your time to get pregnant may be shorter.
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
  1. High AMH - Positive for PCOS
  • Menopause
  1. Low AMH - You're getting close to menopause
  2. An AMH level that's lower than average for your age may be a sign of primary ovarian insufficiency.
  • Ovarian Cancer
  1. A decrease in AMH usually means that your treatment is working
  2. If AMH increases, it may mean your treatment isn't working or the cancer has returned.
  • Undescended Testicles
  1. Normal AMH levels mean the baby has working testicles, but they are not in the right location.
  2. Little or no AMH may mean the testicles are not working or missing completely.

What Is AMH Normal Range?

The normal range for AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) levels can vary depending on the laboratory and assay used. However, in general, a typical AMH level for a fertile woman is considered to be between 1.0 and 4.0 ng/mL. Levels below 1.0 ng/mL are often considered low and may indicate a diminished ovarian reserve.

AMH Level



Less than 1.0 ng/mL (714 pmol/L)

Normal AMH

1.0 - 4.0 ng/mL (7.14 - 28.56 pmol/L)

High AMH

Greater than 4.0 ng/mL (28.56 pmol/L)

What Medical Conditions Can Cause High AMH Levels?

High levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) can be caused by the following medical conditions: 

  • Developing egg sacs: A medical condition that can cause high AMH levels is the presence of developing egg sacs (follicles) in the ovaries.
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): PCOS/PCOD Problem in women with ovaries, leads to elevated AMH levels due to disrupted follicular development and an increased number of small ovarian follicles. Hormonal imbalances, insulin resistance, and ovarian hyperstimulation contribute to the excess production of AMH, impacting reproductive health in those with PCOS.
  • Granulosa cell tumors: These uncommon ovarian cancers have the potential to produce high AMH levels.
  • Ovarian cysts: Some ovarian cyst forms, such as those linked to PCOS, can enhance the production of AMH.

What Medical Conditions Can Cause Low AMH Levels?

Various medical conditions which can lead to low AMH Levels are:

  • PCOS and Endometriosis:  A condition in which the uterine lining grows outside the uterus instead of inside
  • Auto-immune diseases like autoimmune thyroiditis: This can potentially cause low AMH levels due to the immune-mediated effects on ovarian function.
  • Cancer Treatment: Cancer treatments like radiation or chemotherapy can harm the ovaries, lowering levels of AMH.
  • Diminished ovarian reserve: This term refers to a decline in the quantity and quality of eggs in the ovaries, which can happen naturally with aging or as a result of specific medical problems.
  • Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI): Also also referred to as premature menopause can lead to low anti-mullerian hormone levels.

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Disclaimer: Although we have endeavored to provide accurate information on this page, we strongly recommend that you seek advice from your doctor before relying on any of the test ranges or lab-test recommendations mentioned herein.


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FAQs Around Anti-Mullerian Hormone

A good AMH level for pregnancy is typically between 1.0-4.0 ng/ml. Levels below 1.0 ng/ml are considered low, indicating a diminished ovarian reserve. AMH helps estimate the egg count and follicle health in the ovaries, influencing fertility

AMH levels naturally decline with age, resulting in a lower ovarian reserve in your 30s, 40s, and 50s. The following estimates represent the lower end of the spectrum for each respective age group:

  1. 25 years old: 3.0 ng/mL.
  2. 30 years old: 2.5 ng/mL.
  3. 35 years old: 1.5 ng/ mL.
  4. 40 years old: 1 ng/mL.
  5. 45 years old: 0.5 ng/mL.

To naturally increase AMH levels, focus on a healthy diet rich in oysters, berries, leafy greens, fish, and nuts, and follow a Mediterranean diet. These foods may support ovarian function and enhance egg quality.

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