You must have the knowledge about woman’s supply of egg; Women are born with all the eggs at their birth and once the puberty starts of female, the egg starts becoming mature in each month and if not fertilized with the sperm, unfertilized egg along with the uterine wall exits from the uterus (this is known as menstruation cycle). These egg counts gradually decrease (as the age increases of the female) in both – quantity and the quality.
Anti-Mullerian Hormone or AMH test in India is a hormone generated by granulose cells of developing follicles in woman’s ovaries. This hormone ascertains the ovarian reserve or we can say it defines the quantity of the follicles in the ovaries (but not the quality). The concentration of AMH in a female’s blood is a good indicator of ovarian reserve. The AMH level never changes during the woman’s menstrual cycle, so the blood sample to know the AMH concentration can be taken at any time of the month.
AMH Test in India is completely related to the issue of women fertility and carries a vital role for those who are trying to attain pregnancy but having difficulty in getting conceived.
If you are being evaluated for infertility test then your expert will most likely check your AMH level. Even if you are unaware about your own AMH level, you should evaluate this in order to know your AMH level.
If you’re getting treatment for infertility, the Anti-Mullerian Hormone test will give you an answer to a couple of important questions:
If you are undergoing fertility treatment, the AMH Test in India will give an appropriate view of your infertility question such as –
- Female’s ovarian reserve
- The quantity of the eggs so as to accomplish the IVF cycle
- How will the patient’s ovaries respond to the ovary stimulation?
- Does the patient require considering egg freezing option for pregnancy?