Women's Fertility Package (Ovarian Reserve)
Whether you are years away from having children or have already started trying, you deserve to know your reproductive potential. Our Women's Fertility package is a good place to start.
This package provides an assessment of a woman's ability to conceive by measuring the hormones that play a vital role in the production of eggs (oocytes).
It’s important to understand that no laboratory test can predict the likelihood of pregnancy. However, ovarian reserve tests can assess egg quantity to help predict ovarian response to stimulation (if you decide egg freezing or in vitro fertilization are right for you). It can also indicate conditions like PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) which may affect your ability to conceive.
This test does not evaluate egg quality. However, tracking your levels over time can provide you information to help you discuss your options with your doctor to make informed decisions about your reproductive journey.
The timing of sample collection is important. Your sample should be collected on the third day of your menstrual period. FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) and estradiol levels can rise and fluctuate after day three; samples collected on the second or fourth cycle day may also be acceptable. This test is not recommended if you are receiving hormone therapies of any kind.
A hormone produced by reproductive tissues in both sexes. AMH is secreted by developing egg sacs (in women), which is generally a good indicator of egg quantity (ovarian reserve).
A hormone that plays a vital role in reproduction by helping the body develop eggs.
The most common type of estrogen, produced by the ovaries, that regulates reproductive cycles in women.
Why Consider This Test
- “Infertility | Reproductive Health | CDC.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/infertility/index.htm. Last reviewed January 2019.
- Broer, Simone L, et al. “Anti-Müllerian Hormone: Ovarian Reserve Testing and Its Potential Clinical Implications.” Human Reproduction Update, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2014, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24821925.
- “Latest Data from SART Show Increasing Use of Cryopreservation for Fertility Preservation.” SART, www.sart.org/news-and-publications/news-and-research/press-releases-and-bulletins/latest-data-from-sart-show-increasing-use-of-cryopreservation-for-fertility-preservation/.
- Dumont, A.; Robin, G.; Catteau-Jonard, S. et al. "Role of Anti-Müllerian Hormone in pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Review." Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2015; 13(1):137.
How To Get This Test
1. Choose your tests
Shop for tests and pay online. An independent physician will review and approve your test requests; no doctor’s visit is required.
2. Provide Your Sample
Take the requisition number we emailed you, along with a photo ID, to a Labcorp location for sample collection.
3. Access your results online
View your easy-to-read results online in your Pixel by Labcorp account. For certain results that require prompt attention, you will also be contacted by phone or mail.
Getting My Results
We've made getting your results easier and more convenient than ever. View your easy-to-read results online in your Pixel by Labcorp account. For certain results that require prompt attention, you will also be contacted by phone or mail. To view a sample report click the "sample report" button below.