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Joy for Ellidy, partner of Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin.

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23.09.2021 Know the facts about the AMH test in assessing your egg reserve

Fertility specialists will commonly request an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) blood test as one of the first medical assessments for new patients.

There are two main reasons we use this test – firstly as an initial indicator to evaluate a patient’s egg reserve and secondly to test their response to fertility medication.

Importantly, the results of an AMH test is best interpreted by a fertility specialist, and the gold standard test to determine egg reserve is an antral follicle count (AFC) – a transvaginal ultrasound that counts ovarian antral follicles. An AFC is done ideally in the first half of a woman’s cycle, before ovulation.

What is the Anti-Mullerian Hormone test?

06.09.2021 Women’s Health Week: Focusing on female infertility

05.09.2021 Fathers’ Day – Making plans to be a dad

01.09.2021 City Fertility would like to warmly welcome Dr Stephen Elgey to our Gold Coast clinic

19.08.2021 Quick thinking friend helps create baby joy for Ellidy after partner ‘Chumpy’s’ sudden passing