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Both male and female reproductive organs produce AMH. In a growing baby, AMH is necessary to develop sex organs. The infant will already have the genes to be either a male or a female (XY genes) (XX genes). The Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) test measures the amount of AMH in the blood. In women, AMH levels can suggest fertility and the ability to conceive. Hundreds of eggs are produced by a woman's ovaries throughout pregnancy. With aging, the number drops. AMH levels can determine how many egg cells a woman has left. A high AMH level indicates a higher chance of becoming pregnant. If you are testing AMH Mullerian inhibiting substance Kirby Place, once the blood sample has been collected, it will be submitted to a laboratory for processing or testing. The cost of testing for Mullerian inhibiting substances Kirby Place varies depending on location and facility
An AMH test does not require any additional preparation
An AMH test can be performed at any time throughout your menstrual cycle.
The normal level for AMH is between 0.7-1.0 ng/ml