Grip AMH and Chlamydia IgG I'm fertile
This study does a risk analysis for when you want to know more about your fertility.
The AMH can predict approximately when you may enter menopause.
A positive result for Chlamydia Trachomatis IgG antibodies indicates an acquired Chlamydia infection. If couples can't get pregnant this infection can be the cause. (Note, this test does not pick up a current infection)
This test is done by taking intravenous blood at the blood collection centre in your neighbourhood.
AMH level in women
- In the fertile phase, the result is between 1.0 and 8.0 ng/ml
- With impaired fertility, the result is between 0.4 and 1.0 ng/ml
- In an infertile phase the measured value is lower than < 0.1 ng/ml
- If the result is higher than 8, there may be PCOS.