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BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)

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Measure your level of Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) to help assess where you are on your fertility journey, helpful if you are thinking about starting a family or experiencing symptoms and suspect you may be entering menopause. Take out the guesswork and understand more about your body, with clinically valid results recognised by the NHS

Why you need it:

  • This test is essential for assessing your fertility health by measuring the level of Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH). Understanding your AMH levels provides insights into your ovarian reserve, helping gauge your fertility status. This information is particularly valuable if you are considering starting a family or experiencing symptoms associated with menopause.
  • AMH levels naturally deplete with age, and this test offers a way to quantify that depletion. It serves as a valuable tool for individuals who want to proactively manage their reproductive health and make informed decisions based on age-related fertility considerations.
  • Instead of relying on assumptions or generalisations about fertility, this test offers personalised information, allowing individuals to make decisions about family planning and reproductive health with greater confidence.

Why we love it:

  • We appreciate that this test focuses on measuring AMH levels, providing information about ovarian reserve. Ovarian reserve is a crucial factor in fertility, and having this specific data allows for a more targeted and comprehensive understanding of fertility health.
  • The test empowers individuals to proactively manage their fertility journey. By offering insights into AMH levels, it encourages early planning and decision-making..
  • The inclusion of clinically valid results recognised by the NHS adds a layer of credibility to the test. This recognition ensures that the information provided is reliable and aligns with established medical standards, enhancing the trustworthiness of the results.

What is it (and why):

  • The primary component of the package is the AMH test kit, containing the necessary materials for measuring Anti-Müllerian Hormone levels. This may include collection devices, instructions, and any specific tools needed for the test.
  • The package includes information about AMH, its role in fertility, and how the test results can be interpreted. This educational content enhances users' understanding of the significance of AMH levels in the context of fertility health.
  • The test results documentation, recognised by the NHS, is included in the package. This documentation provides individuals with a clear understanding of their fertility status based on the AMH levels measured.
how to use


A kit containing everything you need is sent to an address of your choice.

You can then take a simple finger prick sample, using the lancets provided and collect the drops into the tube. You then register it on-line and post it off to the laboratory using the Royal Mail 1st Class Tracked envelope that is included with your kit.

Your full report, showing your results and how they compare with the normal reference ranges, are reported back to you by email. You will receive your result the day after the lab receives your sample.

All test results are reviewed by BioSURE's in-house GPs who highlight any areas of concern of that might need further investigation and follow up with a doctor.



Your BioSURE Self Test kit contains -

  • Instructions for Use
  • Collection tube(s)
  • Alcohol wipe x 2
  • Lancet x 4
  • Collection tube label(s)
  • Pre-paid return packaging

BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
BioSURE Ovarian Reserve Home Test (AMH)
  • Anti-müllerian hormone (AMH)

  • Fingerprick blood sample

  • Lab test - results within 48 hours

Very easy to follow instructions. Posted off and got the results 2 days later. Clear and easy to understand the report. For things that showed high levels it told you what could cause the problem and what you can do about it.
I was very pleased and will be taking up a couple of things with my GP that I would not have known about unless I’d taken this test.
Would definitely do another one.

Samantha Moore

Great efficiency from BioSure, order arrived before the week was out. Very discreet as well.
Test was very easy to perform with crystal clear instructions.
Results within 15 mins, in the comfort of your own home without the stress or anxieties of alternative options.
Thank you very much BioSure!


Excellent, fast delivery, packaging comes through letter box friendly and discreet. I have used this test a couple of times now and its so simple to use and there is no mess or anything. (The plaster is a nice addition too). Will always use Biosure as its reliable and incredibly simple to follow.


Frequently asked

What is Biosure Ovarian Reserve self test?

BioSURE advise collecting your fingerprick blood sample in the morning, especially for tests that require fasting. Return on the same day in the pre-paid packaging that is supplied with your kit.

BioSURE also advise not collecting or returning your sample on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, so the lab receives it in the best possible condition.

Why should I take an ovarian reserve self test?

AMH levels are tested to check
for any imbalances that may affect a woman's fertility and monitoring AMH levels over time may also be recommended for optimal fertility management.

AMH levels indicate a woman's egg reserve and fertility status. A normal AMH level suggests healthy egg reserve and better chances of natural pregnancy, but it does not tell you the quality of the egg so it's important to consult a doctor if you have any concerns.

A higher AMH level may indicate a plentiful egg supply, increasing chances of natural or assisted pregnancy, while a low AMH level may suggest lower egg reserve and difficulty in conceiving, requiring further evaluation and fertility treatments.

Levels of AMH increase from puberty, peaking in early adulthood and then slowly decrease with age. By the time of reaching menopause, AMH levels become undetectably low.

What is Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH)?

AMH is a hormone made in your ovarian follicles, small fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries that have the potential to develop and release eggs.

Levels of AMH peak in early adulthood and then naturally decline over time. There is nothing that can be done to avoid this, but it's helpful to maintain a healthy lifestyle, which includes eating a well-balanced diet, getting regular exercise, and managing stress.

What will my results mean?

normal AMH level indicates that a woman's egg reserve is within a healthy range, and she may have a better chance of becoming pregnant naturally.
However, even if you have a normal AMH level, it's important to speak with your doctor if you have any concerns or symptoms related to your fertility.

high AMH (Anti-Müllerian Hormone) result suggests that a woman may have a plentiful supply of eggs in her ovaries, which could increase the chances of getting pregnant naturally or with fertility treatments. However, it can also be an indicator of other conditions such as PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome)
other factors and consultation with a healthcare provider are important to fully understand the implications and develop a tailored treatment plan.  

low AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) blood test result can indicate a lower egg reserve in a woman's ovaries, which may make it more difficult to become pregnant. This can be caused by a number of factors, such as age or certain medical conditions. Your doctor may recommend fertility treatments such as IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) or suggest you seek a specialist for further evaluation.

What do the numbers on my results mean?

Your results will be shown on a coloured scale with a black arrow pointing towards where your results are on the scale. This is the level (ng/ml) of Anti-Müllerian Hormone in your blood sample.

  • High - over 4.0 ng/ml 
  • Normal - 1.5 - 4.0 ng/ml
  • Low/Normal - 1.0-1.5 ng/ml
  • Low - 0.5 - 1.0 ng/ml
  • Very low - less than 0.5 ng/ml
What are average AMH levels by age?

Average levels are taken from a wide range of sources and are not set in stone, but the numbers below can help to understand if your result is within average range for your age.

  • Post puberty - Under 30 - 2.91ng/ml
  • Age 30-34 - 2.42ng/ml
  • Age 35-37 - 2.03ng/ml
  • Age 38-40 - 1.5ng/ml
  • Age 41-42 - 0.92 ng/ml
  • Age 43 - 0.59 ng/ml
  • Over 44 - Less than 0.5ng/ml
Do I need to fast for this test?

No, you do not need to fast for this test, but it is recommended that you take your sample first thing in the morning.

Is there anything that can affect my result?

It is important to note that some types of contraceptive pill can affect your results, so if you are going to discuss your results with your GP please mention if you are using contraception of any kind.

If you are stopping taking the pill, BioSURE recommend waiting until your periods are regular again before taking your test.

Also discuss with your GP if you have any medical problems or are taking any medication that you think may have impacted your result.

Is there anything I can do to improve my ovarian reserve?

There is nothing specifically that you can do to increase your ovarian reserve, largely this is determined by genetics and age, although following a healthy lifestyle, stopping smoking, and maintaining a healthy weight is

Will my healthcare provider accept my results?

Yes, your healthcare provider will recognise your clinically-valid results.

How do I receive my results?

Your results link will be sent to you via email, so you can log in to your secure account and view your results.

Your results include your levels and where they sit against 'normal levels'. There is also a visual interpretation as a colour coded graph so they are easy for you to understand.

How long does it take for me to receive my results?

Your blood sample will be processed in the laboratory within 24 hours of receipt on all working days. You will receive an email with a secure link through to your account and your results.

It is very important you scan your unique QR code when you open your kit, as this is what links your sample and your result to you. Without this we won't be able to send you your result.

Are my results accurate?

Yes, your samples are processed in the same laboratories that are used by hospitals and primary care providers. All of BioSURE's labs are UKAS and ISO accredited, which are the highest levels of accreditation.

When should I collect and return my sample?

BioSURE advise collecting your fingerprick blood sample in the morning, especially for tests that require fasting. Return on the same day in the pre-paid packaging that is supplied with your kit.

BioSURE also advise not collecting or returning your sample on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, so the lab receives it in the best possible condition.

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