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ID:769 Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
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Description**PLEASE NOTE: THIS TEST IS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE EXCEPT FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS and BRI** Samples may be tested at BRI at the discretion of the clinical scientists. AMH is considered to be a marker of ovarian reserve with the advantage that blood samples to determine AMH can be taken at any point in a woman’s cycle. Success of natural and assisted conception can be predicted. AMH also can serve as a diagnostic tool for PCOS.
IndicationOvarian function, infertility and gynaecological investigation.
Additional InfoAMH concentrations estimate fertility across normal reproductive life and gradually fall as reproductive potential fails. Samples are analysed by the Research and Development department (LGI site)
Concurrent Testsna
Dietary Requirementsna

InterpretationNormal range: females (Random sample) <90 pmol/L

Ref. Range (Male)
Ref. Range (Female)<90 pmol/L (random sample)
Ref. Range (Paed)
Ref. Range Notes

IP Acute TAT- Contact Laboratory
IP Routine TAT4 weeks
GP Acute TAT- Contact Laboratory
GP Routine TAT- Contact Laboratory
Turnround CommentNA
Originally edited by : . Last edited on 12/04/2014 15:36:26. Published By Sylvia Bennett on 12/04/2013 15:36:26.