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AMH test Wroclaw

Our patients can comprehensively check their fertility with AMH test, inhibin B level test and AFC ultrasound.

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Why perform an AMH test?

The AMH test (antimüllerian hormone test) assesses a woman’s reproductive potential. It informs about ovarian reserve, that is, the number and quality of egg cells. It signals the problem of premature expiration of ovarian function and gives an approximate time when a woman will be able to become pregnant. It is an essential test if there are fertility problems. It can be performed on any day of the cycle, including during hormone therapy and taking contraception. The ovarian reserve test is performed from the blood, requires no preparation and is completely painless.

At theGyncentrum Wrocław clinic, patients can comprehensively check their fertility with AMH testing, inhibin B level testing and AFC ultrasound .

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Where to perform AMH test in Wroclaw?

You will perform the AMH test at the Gyncentrum Clinic in Wroclaw at 1 Orląt Lwowskich St. Check the quality of your ova and increase your chances of having a baby.

AMH test Wroclaw

Gyncentrum Clinic Wrocław
1 Orląt Lwowskich St.

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    Who should do
    AMH testing?

    AMH testing should be performed by a woman who:

    • would like to check her reproductive potential
    • has been trying unsuccessfully with her partner for some time to have a child
    • would like to postpone her decision about motherhood
    • has irregular periods

    Why is it worth
    to do an AMH test in Wroclaw?

    AMH testing is worth doing for the following reasons:

    • it is one of the most effective parameters for assessing female fertility
    • determines ovarian reserve, that is, the number of follicles capable of fertilization
    • the result of the test makes it easier to choose the best time to try for a child
    • makes it possible to find out the cause of the disappearance of menstruation and irregular periods
    • helps diagnose premature cessation of ovarian function and PCOS

    Frequently asked questions
    regarding AMH testing

    What is the anti-Müllerian hormone?

    Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH), or Müllerian-inhibiting substance (MIS) or Müllerian-inhibiting factor (MIF), is a glycoprotein produced by the gonads – Sertoli cells in the testis and granulosa cells (preantral and antral follicles) in the ovaries. The level of AMH hormone correlates with the number of egg cells. The more there are, the higher the concentration of the hormone, and vice versa – the fewer ova, the lower the AMH level on the test result.

    What is ovarian reserve?

    The process of oocyte formation is a rather complicated process and has its beginning as early as fetal life. How it proceeds depends on a great many factors: environmental, genetic and hormonal. At the stage of embryonic development, the primary germ cells undergo numerous divisions, increasing in number in the process. This is the time when the number of female sex cells increases instead of decreasing – the only time in a woman’s entire life. It is believed that around the 4th month of pregnancy the cells are approx. 7 million. However, by the 7th month, as a result of apoptosis (cell death) occurring, their number drops to 2 million and reduces further! With the onset of the first menstrual period, when the girl is 13-16 years old, the ovarian reserve already counts only 400 thousand cells. The entire period of a woman’s fertility, that is, from the onset of the first menstrual period until the onset of menopause, is associated with a slow decline in the number of egg cells.

    What does an ovarian reserve test provide?

    The gradual shrinkage of the oocyte supply is a completely natural phenomenon that we cannot counteract. However, AMH testing, and other tests that assess female fertility, allow us to control this process. This, in turn, creates the possibility of conscious parenthood and the beginning of efforts to have a child at the most optimal moment.

    There are also an increasing number of hormonal preparations on the market, with the help of which we can stimulate the ovaries to ovulate. The same goal will be achieved by injecting them with platelet-rich plasma – a procedure that is increasingly popular among patients. In addition, a woman can safeguard her fertility by freezing oocytes and using them later in an IVF procedure.

    What are the norms for AMH levels in the body?

    AMH standards are age-dependent, as the hormone levels naturally decline with age. The level of AMH hormone in given age ranges should be:

    20-24 years 1.52 – 9.95 ng/ml
    25-29 years 1.20 – 9.05 ng/ml
    30-34 years 0.71 – 7.59 ng/ml
    35-39 years 0.41 – 6.96 ng/ml
    40-44 years 0.06 – 4.44 ng/ml
    45-50 years 0.01 – 1.79 ng/ml
    Women with PCOS 2.41 – 17.1 ng/ml

    How long is the wait for the AMH test result?

    At Gyncentrum Clinic, AMH test results are available the same day. Gyncentrum Medical Laboratory was one of the first in Poland to use state-of-the-art technology to provide accurate AMH test results within 20 minutes.

    What does a low AMH level mean?

    Low ovarian reserve is most often indicative of premature cessation of ovarian function. (Premature ovarian failure – POF). We speak of it when ovarian function ceases before the age of 40, the age considered standard for menopause in the Polish population.

    What does a high AMH concentration mean?

    Elevated AMH levels may suggest that a patient has polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The condition is currently the most common endocrinopathy in women of reproductive age. It involves the presence of many tiny follicles in the ovaries. Menstrual disorders and amenorrheic cycles, hirsutism and acne can occur during the course of the disease. High levels of the hormone AMH are also characteristic of PCOS.

    Why is an AMH test done before IVF?

    The results of scientific studies indicate that the chances of achieving an IVF pregnancy are higher in women with high levels of AMH compared to women with low levels of the hormone. There is a correlation between the percentage of correctly fertilized cells and the concentration of AMH hormone. Knowing the patient’s ovarian reserve, it is easier for the doctor to adjust the treatment method and predict the ovarian response to hormonal stimulation.

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