Ovarian Reserve Test (AMH)
Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), along with a vaginal ultrasound and a basic hormone profile (E2, FSH, LH, P4) on Day 2 or 3 of your period, help give a picture of your overall ovarian reserve.
AMH is a hormone produced by your prenatal and antral follicles (follicles/eggs that are not in use for the current cycle). Each egg that is not used for the cycle produces a small amount of AMH. The total AMH score given serves as an indicator of how many of those small eggs you may have remaining. If it is low then you may have a more narrow age window to achieve pregnancy. If it is high than you are at higher risk of being hyperstimulated (producing many, many eggs) during a medicated cycle, so the physicians may limit how many medications you take to decrease this risk.