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Our AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) Test is an easy-to-use home test kit for women as an indicator of fertility/remaining fertility lifespan.


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Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test Kit

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Who is this test for?

  • Women curious about their fertility
    An AHM test can help give insight on your ovarian reserve and an indicator of your fertility.
  • To check your AMH levels are in the normal range for your age
    The level of AMH reflects how many follicles (containing eggs) in the ovaries are growing. These follicles naturally decrease along with AMH levels as women get closer to menopause.
  • You suffer from or have concerns over polycystic ovaries
    A high level of AMH may indicate polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) so can be a useful test to help diagnose.

Symptoms of low or high AMH

  • A low AMH level (for your age) means you are likely to have a lower number of eggs than expected and a potentially shorter reproductive window.
  • A high AMH level (for your age) indicates you have a higher number of eggs than is expected for your age. It’s also often linked to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

*Full price based on purchasing tests individually. Discount applied for purchasing tests as a package. All our tests have been specially designed to be convenient and non-invasive. Once you’ve booked your appointment, full preparation instructions will be provided in your confirmation email or letter. You can continue to eat and drink normally before your appointment, and you’ll also remain fully clothed throughout.

Individual Packages

Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test Kit

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What is an Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test?

An AMH test involves analysing a blood sample for levels of the hormone, and the results reflect how many follicles are growing in the ovary. This gives a good indication of the number of eggs present in your ovaries, which is also known as the ‘ovarian reserve’. However, it is important to note that the test does not reveal the precise quantity or quality of eggs. As the test cannot determine whether your eggs are normal and healthy, the test cannot be used to provide an exact indication on your chances of getting pregnant.

You can test your AMH levels at home with a Bluecrest home test kit. Using our home test kits are highly convenient as they can be self-administered at home with minimal preparation involved.


What’s included in a home AMH test?

Our home AMH test kits include:

  • A finger prick kit and vials for blood collection
  • A clear set of instructions
  • A pre-paid, self-adhesive Royal mail tracked service label
  • Results from an accredited lab within 8 days
  • Access to your own MyWellness online account to view your detailed results
  • Access to a 24/7 GP Helpline for a year

How it works

Place & receive your order

Place & receive your order

Collect your sample

Collect your sample

Return your sample

Return your sample

Receive your results

Receive your results


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Results you can trust

Bluecrest Wellness uses a UKAS/CPA (Clinical Pathology Accreditation) accredited laboratory clinically accredited to ISO 15189.

Our team uses the latest telemedicine systems and a specialist Cardiology Laboratory. Audited by some of the top Cardiologists in the UK and holding ISO9001/2000 status for Quality Assurance, you can trust the quality of your results.


What our Chief Medical Officer has to say about our AMH test

As Chief Medical Officer of Bluecrest, Dr Toby Donati oversees clinical operations, leads on quality improvement and assists the MD with CQC and regulatory compliance. Here’s what he has to say about our AMH test:

AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) is a hormone that indicates ovarian follicle production in the body and therefore its presence constitutes a key sign of fertility in women. The level of AMH is in line with the number of follicles growing in the ovary, which are pouches containing eggs.

A woman’s AMH levels may be low as a result of chemotherapy, pelvic operations, previous illnesses or age as the amount of follicle growth declines as women approach the menopause.

This test is a great choice for any woman in her 20’s or 30’s considering starting a family or struggling to conceive.

It’s important to note that although AMH levels are useful in predicting fertility, they are not a definitive answer and there are many different factors that can affect fertility levels or difficulty in conceiving.

Dr Toby Donati
Chief Medical Officer


How to buy an Anti-Mullerian Hormone test

You can buy a single home Anti-Mullerian hormone test online here. A home blood test consists of a finger-prick kit which can be done from the comfort of your own home. You do not need to go to a clinic to do your test as you will be able to take your own blood sample yourself. You can do so by following the simple instructions in your pack and can even opt for a complimentary webcam session with a Virtual Health Coach to guide you through the sample-taking process step by step. We provide great value with all our home test kits, with additional extras such as your own MyWellness results portal and 24/7 GP helpline access for a year being included with all our home test kits.

Home Test Kits

Total Home Test Kit

£ 119

Track and improve your health from the comfort of your own home with the Total Home Test Kit package.

£129 when bought separately

33 Blood Readings - 24/7 GP Helpline

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Home Test Kits

Extra Home Test Kit

£ 89

Track and improve your health from the comfort of your own home with the Extra Home Test Kit package.

£99 when bought separately

31 Blood Readings - 24/7 GP Helpline

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Home Test Kits

Base Home Test Kit

£ 59

Track and improve your health from the comfort of your own home with the Base Home Test Kit package.

£69 when bought separately

19 Blood Readings - 24/7 GP Helpline

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a good AMH level for fertility?

    The ‘average’ level of AMH depends on age group and varies between laboratories. As a guideline, the following levels represent the lower limit of serum AMH:

    Age AMH (in nanograms per millilitre)
    25 3.0 ng/mL
    30 2.5 ng/mL
    35 1.5 ng/ mL
    40 1 ng/mL
    45 0.5 ng/mL

    AMH levels can fluctuate and it is still possible to get pregnant with low levels of AMH. Therefore, AMH test results should always be discussed with your specialist healthcare provider to assess your best options for getting pregnant.

  • Can you do an AMH test for PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome)?

    PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is one of the most common female hormonal disorders and raised levels of AMH are found in women with this problem. Symptoms of PCOS include:

    • Irregular or no periods
    • Excessive hair growth
    • Weight gain
    • Loss or thinning of hair
    • Oily skin
    • Acne
    • Difficulties getting pregnant

    However, there are other diagnosis criteria involved with PCOS and these symptoms may occur in other conditions. Even though women with PCOS tend to have elevated AMH levels, you should talk to your doctor to get a full diagnosis as PCOS cannot be diagnosed based on AMH levels alone.

  • Does high AMH cause infertility?

    AMH does not cause infertility, nor does it mean that you are overly fertile. High AMH levels can be indicative of PCOS, which may be associated with infertility.

  • Can AMH levels be improved naturally?

    AMH levels naturally decline with age and can also fluctuate on a monthly basis. Leading a healthy lifestyle and adopting a nutrient rich diet may help maintain a normal level over time, however there are no proven ways to improve your AMH levels naturally.

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