AMH Test level indicates the fertility rate in women. AMH or the Anti-Mullerian Hormone is a protein produced in the ovarian follicles by the granulosa cells. Its primary stage cannot be detected even by the microscope and its production is the highest in the pre or small antral development stages. With the growth of follicles, the development of AMH stops. AMH level mostly remains constant and its test can be done on any of the days of the menstrual cycle of a woman.
|Younger than 24 months||ng/ml||Less than 5|
|24 months to 12 years||ng/ ml||Less than 10|
|13–45 years||ng/ ml||1 to 10|
|More than 45 years||ng/ ml||Less than 1|