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AMH Blood Test

Original price £75.00 - Original price £75.00
Original price
£75.00 - £75.00
Current price £75.00

Check your level of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) to get an idea of your egg count (ovarian reserve) to support decisions on IVF or egg freezing.

  • Biomarkers: 1
  • Turnaround: 3 days

Simple and accurate blood test from a laboratory you can speak to.

Step 1. Choose sample collection option

Currently selected option: HOME KIT via Royal Mail Tracked 24

  • Available everywhere in mainland UK.
  • Includes everything you need to take a safe and suitable blood sample in about 15 minutes.
  • Post the sample back to our laboratory via Royal Mail Tracked 24.

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About the test

Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is a hormone that is produced by the ovaries. We check AMH as a marker of "ovarian reserve", sometimes called the "egg count". Women are born with a high number of eggs contained within their ovaries and the number of these eggs decreases as a woman ages. AMH is a marker of the number of eggs that are left.

A lower than expected AMH for a woman`s age may be a sign that the egg count is declining more quickly than expected and may mean it is more difficult to become pregnant.

A higher than expected AMH can occur in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and, rarely, in certain types of ovarian tumours.

1 Biomarker


    - Anti-mullerian hormone


    Need more biomarkers? Check out our Female Hormone Blood Test.


    For most biomarkers our usual turnaround time is 24-48 hours, or less, from the time your sample is in our lab. We do not wait for all the results to complete before sending them to you, so you may start receiving results the same day for most cases, or as results become available.

    We are extremely proud of our very short turnaround times and a very efficient laboratory processes. Whilst we accommodate the shortest of time scales, with some results available within hours, for this particular test the usual turnaround time is:

    3 days

Doctor's notes

Hi, I am Dr. Adam Staten and here's my view on this test as a GP and Clinical Director at One Day Tests.

Whilst the usual assessments of AMH involve the fertility and menopausal cases, the AMH is also useful in diagnosis of ovarian conditions, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) - the AMH blood test can aid in diagnosis and monitoring the progress of the disease.

AMH is also produced in small quantities in males. In men, AMH levels are used to assess testicular function and can be useful in diagnosing conditions like undescended testes or disorders affecting sperm production.

Red flag symptoms for the AMH Blood Test

Ovarian reserve naturally declines with age as the woman nears the menopause. This is a process that can be significantly different for some women, meaning that the number and quality of eggs diminishes quicker than normal.

This can be attributed to a number of factors, including:

  • Lifestyle choices, such as smoking, certain drugs or excessive alcohol consumption.
  • A history of early menopause in the family
  • Fertility and reproduction related surgeries, for example removal of ovarian tissue or ovaries.
  • Infections
  • Abnormal Thyroid functions and other autoimmune conditions

Your Results and Health Dashboard

The results of your AMH Blood Test will be emailed to you as a secured PDF file, ready for your GP and will also be uploaded to our Health Dashboard area of the website. It’s a unique and powerful tool, powered by our in-house clinical analysis research, to match your biomarkers across test panels and symptoms, as well as provide clinical commentary on all individual biomarkers you tested for.

The health dashboard will also provide "panel level" commentary - a birds eye view of the biomarkers that were tested. This feature allows you to view your test results and clinical commentary, and compare them to previous results, giving you a clear understanding of how your health is progressing.

By using the Health Dashboard, you can identify changes in your biomarkers and make necessary adjustments to your lifestyle. This added value is immense, as it empowers you to monitor your health and make informed decisions about your well-being.

It's free and is available with all of our tests.

Save on continuous monitoring with our subscription plan

The best way to look after your health is to do so regularly. This is easy to do with our continual monitoring plans which give you a discount on future blood tests. You choose the frequency and we'll do the rest.

When you purchase a subscription, we will deliver your home test kits or allow you to book appointments in line with your chosen frequency. You will be able to track your biomarkers over time in our powerful Health Dashboard, where results will be automatically updated for you. There is a minimum of 3 tests with any subscription, after which you can pause/restart/cancel at any time.

Special instructions

Hi, I am Stefania Brown, I am the Laboratory Manager at One Day Tests and here are the lab's special requests for the AMH Blood Test.

Taking hormonal contraception can interfere with the accuracy of this test. It is advisable to discontinue hormonal contraception and opt for barrier contraception instead. If you decide to stop taking contraceptive pills, wait until your menstrual periods have returned to their normal cycle before undergoing this test.

The levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) experience minimal fluctuations throughout the menstrual cycle, making the test valid at any point. However, if you have regular menstrual cycles and are monitoring your results over time, it is recommended to take the test between days two and five of your cycle for consistency. Alternatively, you may seek guidance from your fertility specialist regarding the most appropriate timing.

To ensure accurate results, avoid taking biotin supplements for at least two days before the test. If you are prescribed biotin by your doctor, it is essential to discuss this with them prior to undergoing the AMH blood test.

Venepuncture appointment - how to prepare

If you are coming into one of our clinics for the test, this is what you need to do before you arrive:

  • Drink plenty of water about an hour before the appointment.
  • Avoid coffee/tea/energy drinks. Water is good!
  • That’s it! We’ll do the rest.

Home test kit for AMH Blood Test - how it works

Our blood test kits are simple and convenient.

The most important step in doing a blood test at home is to read the instructions very carefully. The process is very simple, but there are a few pitfalls you need to be aware of - you will save yourself a lot of time if you do it right the first time around!

  • Full printed instructions will arrive with your kit - please read them carefully.
  • Drink plenty before taking the sample and warm your hands up in the sink with warm water for a few minutes. This will make your blood flow much better.
  • Fill the tubes to the top line. We don’t need much blood; filling tubes to the top line is about 15 drops of blood.
  • Post the samples on the same day you take them, before midday, Monday to Thursday. If you post it any other time it might get to us late or be stuck at a sorting office over the weekend. You will then have to do it again.
  • Package the sample in the same box the kit came in. Otherwise, Royal Mail or DPD will reject it. The sample tubes go into a pouch, then into a cardboard box, and then into a return envelope. All of this is provided in the kit: please use it.

We look forward to receiving your sample in our lab!

How the finger prick home test kit for AMH Blood Test works - from Dr. Adam Staten

Why choose us?

Hello! My name is Dr. Vinesh Mistry, I am part of the GP team here at One Day Tests and here is why you should trust us to test your blood.

We run our own regulated laboratories and our own accredited clinics. We manufacture our own approved home sample collection kits. Your results are looked after by our fantastic clinical governance team and our super-talented biomedical science team.

When you book your test with us - you book directly with the lab. This means accuracy and responsible duty of care, direct access to the provider and extremely fast turnaround times.

Finally, our customer services rock! You can ask the lab a question any time or you can speak to a real human. It's good to WhatsApp, email on or give us a call on 0845 527 07 67.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hi, I am Lana Nela, Lead Nurse, and here is what we are frequently asked about this test.

Why use Anti Mullerian Hormone to diagnose fertility/hormonal issues?

A low AMH result could indicate a reduced ovarian reserve, which may suggest a higher likelihood of reaching menopause earlier than average. This information can prompt you to consider adjusting your family planning timeline.

If you are embarking on fertility treatment or considering egg storage/freezing, an AMH test can provide valuable insights into your ovarian reserve, offering an estimate of the number of eggs remaining in your ovaries.

What are the normal ranges for AMH for my age?

Your AMH level naturally decreases as you get older and also depends on a whole range of other factors mentioned above, such as lifestyle, medication and any health treatments, such as surgeries. So the normal ranges can generally be based on averages for the age, with greater readings of AMH pointing towards greater ovarian reserve (number of eggs). However high results can also be problematic and point to issues such as PCOS.

Typical values are as follows:

  • Age: 20 - 29 y.o. = 13.1 - 53.8 pmol/L
  • Age: 30 - 34 y.o. = 6.8 - 47.8 pmol/L
  • Age: 35 - 39 y.o. = 5.5 - 37.4 pmol/L
  • Age: 40 - 44 y.o. = 0.7 - 21.2 pmol/L
  • Age: 45 - 50 y.o. = 0.3 - 14.7 pmol/L

Why take this test?

Hi, I am Dr. Marco Esposito and here is why it's important to take this test.

In addition to the fertility assessment, this test plays a major role in the Menopause Status Assessment: AMH levels are inversely related to age; they tend to decrease as a woman approaches menopause.

The AMH blood test can be used as a marker to assess a woman`s menopausal status or predict the onset of menopause. However, it is worth noting that AMH levels should not be used as a definitive predictor of menopause on their own, as other factors are also involved.

Is this test right for you?

Hi, I am Sandeep Patel, I am the Laboratory Director at One Day Tests. Here are the symptoms that you may wish to address with this test.

You should consider this test to help you with the following:

  1. Fertility Assessment: The AMH test is widely used in fertility clinics and reproductive medicine to evaluate ovarian reserve. By measuring the levels of AMH in the blood, the number of eggs a woman has left in her ovaries can be estimated, and hence her potential to conceive. A lower AMH level may indicate a decreased ovarian reserve, which could affect the chances of natural conception.
  2. Predicting Response to Ovarian Stimulation: In cases where a woman is undergoing fertility treatments, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or ovulation induction, the AMH blood test can help predict how a woman`s ovaries will respond to ovarian stimulation medications. This information can guide the fertility specialist in tailoring the treatment protocol for optimal results.

    Fertility problems, Menopausal symptoms, and Women

Why blood tests are important.