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AMH test

The AMH level measured from a blood sample indicates the status of the functioning of the ovaries.

AMH level

An AMH test is used to study the level of anti-mullerian hormone in a woman’s blood. The measurement result shows how many small early-stage ovarian follicles are present in the ovaries. An AMH test provides information about the functional condition of the ovaries. 

A woman’s AMH level is at its highest between the ages of 20 and 25, which is also generally the most fertile age. 

How is an AMH test performed?

The AMH level is measured with a blood sample. The blood test is done at the beginning of the natural menstrual cycle. It is not advisable to carry out the test if you use combined oral contraceptive pills, a contraceptive ring or patch or if you are breastfeeding. 

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For whom is an AMH test recommended?

An AMH test should be considered if you are over 35 years of age and planning to start a family. Women over 30 should have their AMH level tested if their mother’s menstruation has ended prematurely and their menopause has begun early in their forties. The test is also recommended for 30-year-olds with endometriosis or if the ovaries have been treated with surgery. 

Book an appointment at the Felicitas Mehiläinen fertility clinic if you want to have your AMH level tested. 

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Why Felicitas Mehiläinen

Felicitas Mehiläinen is the leading fertility clinic in Finland providing a wide variety of fertility treatments ranging from basic infertility care to the most advanced IVF technology available today.
Over 30 years of experience has made it possible for the Felicitas Mehiläinen to offer the highest standards of patient care and reproductive health services in a modern and comfortable clinic.
Our doctors and scientists have always been at the forefront of IVF science and development; in fact, our founder, was part of the team involved in the birth of the Finland’s first IVF baby in 1984.
We always remain focused on the individual needs of each and every patient. We always put out patients first, and that is why we work so hard to listen to and treat every patient individually.