Pregnancy Yoga

Clinical Applications: Fertility

Assessment of Ovarian Response

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is secreted by granulosa cells in late prenatal and small antral follicles, and plays an important role in reproductive development and fertility.

 

mLabs AMH results are available in 10 minutes, maximizing initial consultation by immediately focusing on addressing the patient’s potential concerns surrounding IVF, while avoiding possible unnecessary follow-up visits. The pathway to pregnancy can be an emotional journey, where uncertainty is top of mind — so helping patients achieve peace of mind is essential.

 

Clinical Applications

  • In in vitro fertilization (IVF), AMH is an excellent marker for the assessment of ovarian response to stimulation

  • AMH correlates with antral-follicle count (AFC)