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Last Updated : 27 March 2024

What is AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone)

AMH Test helps to determine a woman's fertility potential, and is done for PCOD and infertility. Anti mullerian hormone(AMH) Test levels are also helpful before starting chemotherapy in women with cancers.

  • What is the cost of the AMH test in Pune?

    AMH Test Price in Pune is Rs 1900.0

  • What type of Sample is required?

    AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) needs a Blood(serum) Sample

  • How much time does the report take?

    AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) takes upto 1 day

  • What is the normal range?

    The normal range for adult males is 0.92-14.39,the normal range for adult females is 1.2-12.0

  • Is home Blood sample collection available for AMH Test in Pune?

    Yes, we offer home sample collection for AMH Test in Pune

Finding a Lab for AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) in Pune, near you

Pathofast Lab in Pune,Camp is centrally located and offers home sample collection services in all parts of Pune City for a variety of lab tests.

Requirements for AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone)

AMH Test or Anti Mullerian Hormone Test, can be done at any time of the day or night, without the need to be fasting. However some medications can affect the levels, please read on to know more.

  • Can I take all my usual medications before the AMH test?

    No, some medications, especially Oral Contraceptive Pills can have a big impact on reducing the value of AMH. Please inform your doctor if you are on these pills, and make sure to ask them what would be the right time to do the test.

  • Do I need to do the AMH Test (Anti Mullerian Hormone) during a specific time of my menstrual cycle?

    No, AMH level is stable throughout the cycle and you don't need to do the test on any specific day of the cycle.

  • Can I eat before the AMH Test (Anti Mullerian Hormone Test)?

    Yes, fasting is not required for this test.

About the Test

What is AMH test?

AMH Test in Pune
Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a protein hormone produced by the developing ovarian follicles. It is a marker of ovarian reserve and can be measured through a blood test. The test is typically performed on the third day of the menstrual cycle and can give an indication of a womans remaining egg supply. It is commonly used in fertility testing and treatment.

List of signs that you need AMH test?

AMH test - symptoms
  1. Irregular Menstrual Cycles
  2. Infertility
  3. Abnormal Sexual Development
  4. Excessive Hair Growth
  5. Abnormal Growth Of Facial Hair
  6. Abnormal Breast Development
  7. Acne
  8. Low Sex Drive

Who should do AMH test?

  1. Women with infertility issues: AMH levels can help in evaluating a womans ovarian reserve, which refers to the number and quality of eggs that the ovaries can produce. Women who are having difficulty conceiving or undergoing fertility treatments may benefit from AMH testing to determine their fertility potential.
  2. Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): PCOS is a hormonal disorder that can cause irregular periods, acne, and weight gain. Women with PCOS may have elevated levels of AMH, which can help in the diagnosis and management of the condition.
  3. Women undergoing cancer treatment: Certain cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, can damage the ovaries and affect fertility. Measuring AMH levels before and after cancer treatment can help in assessing the impact of treatment on ovarian function and fertility potential.

What do to if AMH test is abnormal?

  1. Consult with a specialist: Abnormal AMH levels can indicate a variety of conditions that may require further testing and intervention. It is recommended to consult with a fertility specialist or endocrinologist to determine the underlying cause and discuss treatment options.
  2. Understand the implications: Low AMH levels may indicate a decreased ovarian reserve, which can impact fertility and the ability to conceive naturally. High AMH levels may be a sign of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which can also affect fertility and may require management with medication or lifestyle modifications.
  3. Consider lifestyle changes: Certain lifestyle factors, such as smoking, poor nutrition, and excessive alcohol consumption, may contribute to abnormal AMH levels. Making lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking and adopting a healthy diet and exercise routine, may help improve AMH levels and overall fertility.

AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) Procedure

AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) involves taking a simple blood sample. You can find the detailed procedure below

  • To do this test, you need to provide a single blood sample
  • A lab technician will visit your home, or you can visit our nearest lab center in Pune for the AMH Test.
  • The technician will clean your forearm with a spirit swab, and then insert a small needle into the vein.
  • They will draw the blood sample into multiple tubes, upto 2 tubes are required
  • The sample is then taken to the lab and processed using the latest automated analyzers
  • You will receive the reports by email and watsapp as a pdf.

Patient Reviews About AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) With Pathofast Lab

Pathofast Lab has over 370+ 5 star reviews with thousands of happy patients. Our lab is renowned for its punctuality, hygiene and accuracy of reports. We've included a few reviews to help you trust our services

Here are the latest Pathofast Reviews about the AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) in Pune

Vidhi P

As a resident of Kothrud, I was in search of a reliable lab for my AMH test, and Pathofast in Pune came highly recommended. Their home sample collection service was a lifesaver for me, given my busy schedule. The process was seamless, and the technician who visited my home was professional and courteous. The accuracy and efficiency of Pathofast's lab services truly impressed me. I received my results promptly and was thoroughly satisfied with the entire experience.


Neelam R

I recently underwent an AMH test at Pathofast lab in Pune, and I couldn't be happier with the service I received. Living in Hadapsar, convenience was key for me, and Pathofast delivered beyond my expectations. Their home sample collection service was convenient and hassle-free. Moreover, the accuracy of my test results reassured me of their expertise. I highly recommend Pathofast to anyone in need of reliable lab services in Pune.


Navneet K

Having heard great things about Pathofast lab, I decided to get my AMH test done there. Being from Aundh, I appreciated their home sample collection service, which made the process incredibly convenient for me. The staff was friendly and professional, and the results were delivered promptly. Pathofast exceeded my expectations in terms of service quality and reliability. I wouldn't hesitate to use their services again in the future.


Zainab S

I am extremely pleased with the service I received from Pathofast lab for my AMH test. Living in Wakad, I was looking for a lab that offered both accuracy and convenience, and Pathofast delivered on both fronts. Their home sample collection service was a game-changer for me, saving me time and effort. The entire process was smooth, from scheduling the appointment to receiving my results. I am grateful for the excellent service provided by Pathofast and would recommend them to anyone in Pune.


Ruby D

Pathofast lab in Pune provided exceptional service for my AMH test. Being from Baner, I had the option to either visit their lab center or opt for home sample collection. I chose the latter, and I'm glad I did. The technician arrived promptly, and the sample collection process was quick and efficient. I appreciated the convenience and professionalism displayed by Pathofast. The accuracy of my test results further solidified my trust in their services. I wouldn't hesitate to entrust Pathofast with my future lab needs.


Understanding the AMH Test (Anti mullerian hormone) report

Women have in their ovaries a large number of oocytes/eggs. These reduce over age. During the menstrual cycle these eggs mature and become ova. One ovum is selected in each cycle and can be fertilized by the sperm. The immature eggs, secrete AMH. Thus AMH helps us to know how many eggs are available. This is called ovarian reserve. The AMH test is stable throughout the cycle and can be done at any time. Thus the AMH test gives you an idea of how many eggs are still present.

How will AMH Test help me if I have PCOS or Polycystic Ovaries/PCOD?

Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition in which there are a large number of oocytes present of a particular size. These eggs are usually unable to get fertilized and produce what are called anovulatory cycles. In PCOS, it has been found that AMH levels may be 2-4 times above normal. A cut-off of 4.9ng/ml has been described. If AMH is above this value, it is strong evidence in favour of PCOS. However other markers must also be performed to conclusively diagnose PCOS. AMH alone cannot be used.

How will AMH Test help if I have infertility and am considering IVF?

What does it mean if my AMH test levels are above normal?

Having high Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) levels can indicate various things in relation to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), in vitro fertilization (IVF), and infertility:

  1. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS):
    • High AMH levels are commonly associated with PCOS, a hormonal disorder characterized by enlarged ovaries with multiple small cysts.
    • In PCOS, the ovaries produce higher-than-normal amounts of androgens, leading to irregular menstrual cycles, acne, and excess hair growth.
    • High AMH levels in PCOS reflect the increased number of small follicles (cysts) in the ovaries, which are characteristic of the condition.
  2. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF):
    • High AMH levels in women undergoing IVF treatment can be advantageous.
    • High AMH levels typically indicate a larger pool of ovarian follicles, potentially leading to a greater number of eggs retrieved during ovarian stimulation for IVF.
    • A higher number of eggs retrieved can increase the chances of successful fertilization and embryo development during IVF, potentially improving the overall success rates of the treatment.
  3. Infertility:
    • In the context of infertility, high AMH levels may indicate a condition called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) in response to fertility treatments.
    • OHSS occurs when the ovaries overreact to fertility medications used to stimulate egg production, leading to the development of multiple ovarian cysts and fluid retention.
    • Although high AMH levels can be beneficial for IVF success, extreme elevations in AMH levels may increase the risk of OHSS, which can be a serious complication requiring medical intervention.

What does it mean if my AMH levels are below normal?

Having low Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) levels means that there are a fewer number of viable eggs or ovarian follicles in your ovaries. This can happen during menopause (naturally after 50 years of age). It can also occur during your reproductive age, when it will mean reduced fertility and reduced chances of conceiving a child without artifical assisted means like IVF. It can indicate various things in relation to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), in vitro fertilization (IVF), and infertility:

  1. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF):
    • Low AMH levels are often associated with a reduced ovarian response to stimulation in women undergoing IVF treatment.
    • Women with low AMH levels may produce fewer eggs in response to ovarian stimulation medications, which can impact the success rates of IVF.
    • However, it's important to note that low AMH levels do not necessarily preclude successful IVF outcomes, and individual responses to treatment can vary.
  2. Infertility:
    • Low AMH levels may indicate diminished ovarian reserve, which can contribute to infertility.
    • Diminished ovarian reserve refers to a reduced quantity or quality of eggs in the ovaries, which can affect fertility and the chances of successful conception.
    • While low AMH levels can present challenges for fertility treatment, including IVF, other factors such as age, overall health, and reproductive history should also be considered in treatment planning.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes home visit for sample collection is available in most suburbs of Pune

We offer free home sample collection at any location within 15 km of the lab processing center. For areas outside 15km, please choose your suburb to check the approximate visit charges.

A trained and qualified blood collection agent/lab technician will collect your blood sample by inserting a small needle in your vein.

Most tests require at least 4-6 ml of blood to be collected. This is usually divided into 2 or more seperate tubes. In some cases a single tube may suffice. Over all, a maximum of 8 ml may be required in cases of tests like blood cultures.

All our phlebotomists are vaccinated against most common infectious diseases

All our phlebotomists are trained in basic life support, including CPR and revival.

No, there is no need to make any direct payment to the collection agent. The only payment you may have to make is for the transport charges, but this will be informed to you in advance.

You can book the report online

You will receive the reports by watsapp and email as a pdf.

To get the hard copy of the reports you will have to visit the lab.

The AMH test report is usually ready in 1 day

What is the normal range of - AMH

The normal range for adult males is 0.92-14.39,the normal range for adult females is 1.2-12.0

AMH test Normal Ranges in Males | AMH test Normal Ranges in Men

AMH test Age Wise Normal Ranges in Men | AMH test Age Wise Normal Ranges in males
Age Range
>= 0 years upto 30 years Not Established in literature : Please use clinically applicable range
>= 30 years 0.92-14.39

AMH test Normal Ranges in Females | AMH test Normal Ranges in Women

AMH test Age Wise Normal Ranges in Women | AMH test Age Wise Normal Ranges in females
Age Range
>= 0 years upto 3 years 0.11-4.2
>= 3 years upto 6 years 0.21-4.9
>= 6 years upto 11 years 0.36-5.9
>= 11 years upto 15 years 0.49-6.9
>= 15 years upto 19 years 0.62-7.8
>= 19 years upto 24 years 1.2-12.0
>= 24 years upto 29 years 0.89-9.9
>= 29 years upto 34 years 0.58-8.1
>= 34 years upto 39 years 0.15-7.5
>= 39 years upto 44 years 0.03-5.5
>= 44 years upto 50 years 0.0-2.6
>= 50 years upto 55 years 0.0-0.88
>= 55 years 0.0-0.03