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Ovarian Reserve AMH Home Test Kit

  • £11900


What is the Ovarian Reserve (anti-mullerian hormone) AMH Test?

The ovarian reserve AMH home test is a simple-to-use, finger-prick blood test for women that tells you the level of anti-mullerian hormone in your blood to give you an indication of how many eggs are in your ovaries.


Why we love the AMH Home Test

  • If you are curious about your fertility, your AMH level can give you a good indicator of how many eggs you have left.
  • Your AMH level and ovarian reserve can help you to understand your fertility potential if you are thinking about having a family.
  • You can take this test in the comfort and privacy of your own home, so there is no need to wait in a doctor’s surgery or clinic.
  • Access to your own personal and private online dashboard where you can track your test results, and other health information.
  • Your sample will be tested by the same labs used by doctors, clinics, and hospitals so the results are highly accurate.
  • A doctor will review your results and a friendly nurse will call you to talk through them with you.

And there are many more reasons…


  • The test kit is easy to use, even if you’re worried about taking your own blood sample.
  • Confidentiality: your test will be delivered to your home in discreet packaging and your results will be sent to your dashboard for your own records.
  • You can return your sample quickly and easily using the pre-paid envelope.
  • Fast results! Results are sent to your dashboard within 2-5 working days of the lab receiving your sample.
  • Clear step-by-step instructions are provided with your test and expert help is on hand at all stages of the process, with 24/7 access to a team of nurses to answer your questions.

Visit our Ovarian Reserve AMH Test FAQ's for further information

Are there any drawbacks to the AMH Home Test?

  • The AMH blood test can only give you an estimate of your ovarian reserve.
  • It doesn’t tell you about the quality of your eggs – only the quantity.
  • The result you see is your AMH level at the time you took the blood sample; the test doesn’t tell you how quickly the level may change in the future.
  • Measuring AMH cannot predict whether you will become pregnant or how quickly you will become pregnant and should be used as part of an overall fertility assessment.3
    • If your AMH level is low, this does not necessarily mean that you will struggle to get pregnant.
    • If you have a high AMH level, this does not necessarily mean that you will easily conceive.
  • There are other important factors that you also need to think about when trying to get pregnant, like your lifestyle, any medical problems you’ve had in the past, physical or genetic problems, as well as the quality of your partner’s sperm and other male-related elements.

Who should take the AMH Home Test?

  • You would like to know if your ovarian reserve is within the normal limits for your age, to learn more about your fertility potential if you are thinking about trying for a baby now or in the future.
  • You have been trying for a baby for over 6 months or it is taking longer to get pregnant than you hoped, and you want to check that your ovarian reserve.
  • Your doctor may want you to have the AMH test if you are having IVF. An AMH assessment can help your doctor understand how you will respond to ovarian stimulation and personalise the dose of hormones used to stimulate your ovaries. Optimising your IVF treatment can improve your chances of a successful outcome.1,2 Your doctor might want you to have the test in the clinic so it’s best to check first.
  • You’ve had chemotherapy, ovarian surgery, or you have a condition which may affect your future fertility and you want to learn more about your fertility potential.

When should I take the AMH Home Test?

  • You can take the test on any day of your menstrual cycle because your AMH levels do not change very much throughout your cycle.
  • You should take your blood sample in the morning before 9:00 am and before you eat anything.
  • Take your sample on Monday-Wednesday to ensure that it gets to the lab before the weekend. It is important to post your sample back to the lab on the day you have taken the sample too.

How do I take the AMH Home Test?

  • Your AMH levels are measured from a small blood sample taken from your finger.
  • For more information visit our ‘How do I take my blood sample' section.

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References:

1.Wilson L, Sabin O, Hartshorne G. National Health Service (NHS): University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. Centre for Reproductive Medicine. Patient information for anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) testing. Review date: June 2017. Download from: https://www.uhcw.nhs.uk/clientfiles/files/IVF/CRM%20AMH%20Patient%20Information%20(GEN-PI-000213V11).pdf (accessed April 2019).

2.You and Your Hormones. An education resource from the Society for Endocrinology. Available at: http://www.yourhormones.info/hormones/ (accessed April 2019).

3.SIMS IVF Dublin. His & Hers Fertility Test. Available at: http://www.sims.ie/treatments-and-services/his-hers-fertility-test.1231.html (accessed April 2019).

Warnings: This test has an age restriction of 18 years and above. Please store at room temperature. For expiry date please see packaging.

Last reviewed on: 02.05.2019    Next review date: 02.05.2022