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Ovarian Reserve Test
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All test kits are delivered to you for free within approximately 1-3 working days, and include a prepaid shipping label for you to send samples to the lab.
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Check your ovarian function and fertility potential by testing key hormones using a simple at-home finger-prick test.
What is the Ovarian Reserve test?
This Ovarian Reserve test measures Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), a hormone produced by the ovaries that helps to control the growth and maturation of the eggs. To keep levels healthy, it's important to maintain a healthy lifestyle, which includes eating a well-balanced diet, getting regular exercise, and managing stress. AMH levels are tested to check for any imbalances that may affect a woman's fertility. If you have any concerns or symptoms related to your fertility, it's important to speak with your doctor.
What biomarkers are measured in this test?
- Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
Who should take this test?
Ovarian Reserve testing is recommended for women who are experiencing infertility, or who are planning to start a family in the near future. Women over the age of 35, or those with a family history of early menopause, may also find the test useful. It is important to note that this test is not a guarantee of future fertility, but rather an important tool in understanding a woman's reproductive potential.
Is there anything I need to know before taking this test?
For this test to be accurate, you will need 3 months without contraception. So discuss with your GP if you are using contraception of any kind. Also discuss this test with your GP if you have any medical problems or are taking any medication.
You must be at least 18 years old to use our testing services.
How often should I take this test?
Women with irregular periods may benefit from repeating the test after 6 weeks. Other women may wish to take this test annually as part of their overall reproductive health evaluation.
What could results out of range (abnormal) mean?
A low AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) blood test result can indicate a lower egg reserve in a woman's ovaries, which may make it more difficult for her to become pregnant. This can be caused by a number of factors, such as age or certain medical conditions. Your doctor may recommend fertility treatments such as IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) or suggest you to seek specialist for further evaluation.
What could results in range (normal) mean?
A normal AMH level indicates that a woman's egg reserve is within a healthy range and she may have a better chance of becoming pregnant naturally. However even if you have a normal AMH level it's important to speak with your doctor if you have any concerns or symptoms related to your fertility.
How can I improve my results?
There is nothing specifically you can do to increase your ovarian reserve, largely this is determined by genetics; although following a healthy lifestyle, stopping smoking, and maintaining a healthy weight is recommended.
What other tests could I consider?
You can find more information about refunds & replacements in our Refund Policy.
📋 Easy to understand results
After receiving and registering your test, you will gain access to your personal Chronomics dashboard where you'll be able to access your test results once returned by the lab.
For each biomarker you will get a test result - we will provide both the number and the unit of measurement.
We will also let you know if the result is normal or abnormal, and will explain the role of the biomarker in the body along with some reasons why results can be abnormal.
🔬 Developed by leading scientists
Founded by scientists from the world’s leading research universities, we have brought together an expert team across science and technology to create best health and wellness tests in the market.
🙌 Take health into your own hands
The test is simple and can be self-administered at home with minimal preparation. No more waiting for an appointment!
Once results are available from the testing laboratory you will receive an email notification and your results will be visible on the dashboard.
Frequently asked questions
You will receive an e-mail from us within 48-hours of your sample being received by the lab, with a link to view your test results on our secure dashboard once your results are ready.
Yes, your samples are processed in the same labs used by hospitals, government programs and primary care providers - all of which are UKAS and ISO accredited, which are the highest levels of accreditation. Furthermore, our team is comprised of medical and scientific leaders, so you can be assured that our claims and results reports are clinically-valid.
We advise that samples are collected when waking up in a fasted state and returned immediately using the labels provided. Each of our test kits includes a prepaid delivery label to return your samples to the lab. Please do not collect or return samples on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Your Chronomics test kit includes:
- Collection tube(s)
- Plaster x 2
- Return form x 1
- Alcohol swab x 2
- Lancet x 4
- Prepaid shipping label x 1
- Cleansing wipe x 1
- Collection tube label(s)
- Protective plastic case x 1