What are tests for the anti-mullerian hormone?

Blood test. The test for antimullerian hormone is a blood test (called an assay) that measures the amount of the hormone in the blood.

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What is anti mullerian hormone test?

AMH. Anti-müllerian hormone is made in small follicles, and levels drop with age. Amh level seems reliable, but there is no consensus on a threshold value. Amh level above 0.5 ng/ml is 'good' , while lower levels suggest significant loss of eggs: levels under 0.15 ng/ml suggest the patient will have a poor response to ivf. Most insurers in the us don't pay for the test. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: anti-mullerian hormone?

It is a hormone. made by the small follicles within the ovaries. It is an indirect measure of ovarian reserve. If it is less than 1, then ovarian reserve is decreased. Very useful test. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: anti mullerian hormone?

Determines gender. Anti mullerian hormone is secreted by sertoli cells of the testes during embryogenesis of the fetal male. Mullerian promotes female reproductive organs. Wolffian promote male reproductive structures. Thus, (anti equates with against) anti mullerian hormone helps the fetus become a boy instead of a girl. Read more...

Is an anti-mullerian hormone level of 2.10 normal? Should I be concerned?

Yes. It depends upon whether you're referring to pmol/l measurement or ng/ml, which are different ways of expressing the result. Pmol/l are generally about 10x higher than ng/ml. In either case, you're value is low (particularly if your level is in ;mol/l) and should be discussed with your gyn if you're trying to get pregnant. Read more...
Depends. If you were 20 years old it would be low but it you were 40 it would be great! most women with an amh greater than 2.0 will conceive more easily than women with an amh lower than 1.0 . An amh of 2 is is about average for a 36 year old. Also remember testing from location to location vary and what may be normal for laborp labs may be different for quest labs or a hospital lab. Read more...

My girlfriend (26) had anti-mullerian-hormone of 2, 02 in May - in December it dropped to 0, 8. she has low estrogen, so she takes estrogen pills since september. Is it possible that the estrogen influencend the AmH? Can amh fluctuate? Thank you

Of course it can. I hope that she is seeing a good reproductive endocrinologist and gets a thorough workup. I can't go through the physiology of reproductive endocrinology in 400 spaces, but you can do some homework on the web. There area number of good websites. Amongst the better ones are www.mayoclinic.com and www.johnshopkins.com. Once you have done some more homework feel free to come back with more pointed. Read more...

Anti mullerian hormone level 4.89ng/ml. Age 29. Normal? Pcos?

Unclear. This test is of questionable value in isolation. Pcos is primarily a diagnosis that is made clinically considering many factors. For example how frequent the menses are etc. The amh has a specific range and there is controversy on its use in diagnosis of pcos. Read more...

I have been trying to conceive for almost 2 years now. I recently had my anti-mullerian hormone checked: result 1.02. Is this significant to my ttc?

Hopefully u are. Seeing and reproductive endocrine specialist- if they ordered that test they should have explainined the results to you so call them that is their job. Read more...
Yes. It depends upon whether you're referring to pmol/l measurement or ng/ml, which are different ways of expressing the result. Pmol/l are generally about 10x higher than ng/ml. In either case, you're value is low (particularly if your level is in ;mol/l) and should be discussed with your gyn if you're trying to get pregnant. Read more...