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Women's Fertility Ovarian Reserve Test

$ 219.0

The fertility journey can be difficult—this women’s fertility blood test is your first step.

Whether you are years away from having children or already trying, you deserve to know your reproductive potential. Our Women's Fertility Ovarian Reserve Test package is a good place to start. It measures three hormones: AMH (Anti-Müllerian Hormone), FSH (Follicle-Stimulating Hormone) and Estradiol. These hormones play a vital role in the production of oocytes (eggs), giving an assessment of a woman’s ability to conceive.


While no fertility blood test can predict the likelihood of pregnancy, an ovarian reserve test can assess egg quantity to help predict ovarian response to stimulation (if you decide egg freezing or in vitro fertilization are right for you).  


This is an egg reserve test, but it does not evaluate egg quality. However, tracking your levels over time can provide information to help you discuss your options with your healthcare provider to make informed decisions about your reproductive journey.

Women's Fertility Ovarian Reserve Test
$ 219.0

Test Details

Sample Type: Blood
Collection Method: In person at a Labcorp location
Age: 18+
Results: 7-14 days from when your sample arrives at our lab
HSA/FSA: Accepted
Test must be taken by purchaser

Preparation: 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.

What's Tested
  • Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH)

    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).

  • Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

    A hormone that plays a vital role in reproduction by helping the body develop eggs.

  • Estradiol (E2)

    The most common type of estrogen, produced by the ovaries, that regulates reproductive cycles in women.

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  • Age is the biggest contributing factor to a low ovarian reserve, since egg counts diminish over time. For example, most women and people assigned female at birth (AFAB) who are over the age of 40 have 25,000 eggs or less (compared to 300-400,000 eggs during puberty).7 Genetics, autoimmune conditions, and certain medical treatments can also be causes, but sometimes there is no cause identified. Consider using an ovarian reserve test to get a clearer picture of your body’s egg count and ability to conceive.

  • Many people don’t have specific symptoms other than difficulty conceiving.  Some may notice changes in their menstrual cycle, hot flashes, or vaginal dryness. Because symptoms may be absent or nonspecific, ovarian reserve testing can help provide answers about egg count as one important indicator of fertility.

  • A female fertility test provides information about ovarian reserve and reproductive potential. Our Ovarian Reserve test measures three key hormones responsible for egg production: anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and estradiol.


    This test does not evaluate egg quality or predict the likelihood of pregnancy. However, it does provide easy-to-understand results and insights on your reproductive hormone levels so you can discuss options with your healthcare provider and make informed decisions.

  • Currently, there are no known ways of increasing ovarian reserve. However, adopting healthy habits, such as a balanced diet and regular exercise, can help improve your overall egg health and quality.6 It’s important to follow up with your healthcare provider to discuss any abnormal results and evaluate next steps.

  • If you are over the age of 35, taking an egg reserve test can help you better understand your chances of getting pregnant. It can also provide information to help you make important reproductive decisions, such as whether you should freeze your eggs or consider IVF. Finally, if you wonder whether you have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), an ovarian reserve test may help detect PCOS in those who may not have obvious symptoms.


    Once you’ve ordered an ovarian reserve test, the best time to collect a sample is on the third day of your menstrual period, when hormone levels are at their most stable.

  • Your testing will be performed in a CLIA-certified clinical laboratory. Labcorp provides leading-edge medical laboratory tests and services through a national network of primary clinical laboratories and specialty testing laboratories. Our labs perform regular quality assurance testing to ensure our results are accurate.

  • Your results will be provided to you through our secure online portal to view or print. Results are also provided to PWNHealth, which provides professional healthcare provider services for OnDemand tests. If you are accessing your results through your Labcorp Patient account, all users linked to the account will have access to all OnDemand test results. Results may also be provided to a local, state, or federal health authority, but only when legally required. For example, many states require the testing laboratory and healthcare provider to report test results for certain communicable diseases, such as sexually transmitted diseases or COVID-19, to local or state health departments.  


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  • Visit the Labcorp OnDemand website to browse and purchase laboratory tests and create your Labcorp OnDemand account. All Labcorp OnDemand testing requires a healthcare provider order; for your convenience, Labcorp OnDemand has contracted with PWNHealth LLC and its affiliated professional entities (collectively, PWNHealth) to provide healthcare provider services. Visit a Labcorp location for sample collection; or, if using an at-home kit, collect your sample yourself. We’ll let you know when your results are ready to be accessed through your Labcorp OnDemand account or through your Labcorp Patient account.