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AMH blood test

The AMH (anti-Mullerian hormone) blood test is the first step in assessing your reproductive health if you’ve been struggling to conceive or wish to learn more about the best options for you if you want to try and conceive later on in life.

You need to have completed a fertility assessment, including the AMH blood test, before you can start fertility treatment.

Want to know if this is for you? Talk to one of our fertility experts.

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What is an AMH blood test?

The AMH blood test measures your levels of the anti-Mullerian hormone which reflects the number of eggs remaining in the ovaries.  

Carrying out an AMH blood test is a good marker of your fertility potential as it enables us to assess your ovarian reserve (egg supply) and predict how many eggs we might be able to collect if fertility treatment is required.  

It will also allow us to assess your potential reaction to the stimulating drugs used in fertility treatment.  

It’s important to know that the AMH blood test cannot predict the quality of your eggs or the chances of pregnancy.  

Learn more about fertility tests for women.

When should AMH levels be checked?

The AMH blood test can be performed on any day of the month as AMH levels do not change during the menstrual cycle.  

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Book a fertility assessment

Our fertility assessment package is a great first step on your fertility journey. As well as a personal consultation, you’ll get a series of fertility tests and scans. This is an important moment in your fertility journey and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

How much does an AMH blood test cost?

The cost of the AMH blood test is £125.

Visit your local TFP Fertility clinic page for more information on our pricing, treatment packages and the payment options available.  


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