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    Ovarian reserve is a term used to state the number of oocytes remaining in the ovary. It does not relate to oocyte quality, i.e., the egg’s ability to fuse with the sperm and result in pregnancy. At birth, females have nearly 500,000 to 1 million oocytes. This quantity reduces with time and ultimately results in menopause. Their ability to get pregnant also reduces significantly. With time, the ovaries produce fewer eggs sporting chromosome abnormality. As a result, older females have a reduced pregnancy rate and an increased miscarriage rate. 

    The ovarian reserve panel test examines a woman's fertility potential. This blood test helps predict the body's response to in-vitro fertilisation before the procedure. Ovarian reserve panel test results may vary between different women of the same age.

    Apollo 24|7 offers a complete ovarian reserve test package at affordable prices. You can book an appointment online, and the lab technician will collect a blood sample from your place. Usually, you receive the results within 48 hours. This ovarian reserve test is further divided into 3 parts- Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Anti Mullerian Hormone (AMH), and Estradiol (E2). 

    FSH is released by the body's pituitary gland located underneath the brain. This test measures the level of FSH, which is crucial for both men and women. In men, FSH helps in sperm products and the growth of gonads and does not change much. In women, FSH is responsible for developing ovarian follicles and can change throughout the menstrual cycle. FSH is an essential part of the ovarian reserve test package and is used to determine the health of your body’s reproductive system. It can help identify the cause of infertility, irregular periods, or low sperm count. 

    E2 is one of the 4 types of oestrogen hormone and is also known as 17 beta-estradiol. This test determines the level of E2 in your blood and is helpful in the growth of female sex organs like fallopian tubes, vagina, breasts, and uterus.

    E2 dictates the fat distribution in a female body and is produced by adrenal glands, breasts, or ovaries. E2 in males is produced by the testes and adrenal glands and is helpful in the sexual functioning of the body. 

    AMH is produced by male or female reproductive tissues and is helpful in the growth of sex organs in an unborn baby. In the first few weeks of pregnancy, if a high level of AMH is produced, it facilitates the development of male organs. Similarly, XX chromosomes result in less AMH formation. This test is conducted to check a female's ability to produce eggs. It can also determine the cause of early menopause or diagnose polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). 

    Medically reviewed by Dr. Jasmin Rath, Obstetrics & Gynaecology from apollo Hospitals Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad.

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    Females facing trouble conceiving can take an ovarian reserve test should take the ovarian reserve panel test. It helps determine the number of healthy eggs produced by the ovary and diagnose the cause of infertility. The ovarian reserve panel test is also conducted before in-vitro fertilisation to predict the body's response to the procedure.
    No, there are no significant side effects associated with the ovarian reserve panel test. The lab technician will obtain a sample of your blood using venipuncture. In this procedure, a small needle is inserted into your arm vein. You might feel a slight bruise at the needle insertion site or some lightheadedness later.
    Ovarian reserve test package is further divided into 3 parts: Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Estradiol (E2), and Anti Mullerian Hormone (AMH). All these hormones are crucial for the reproductive health of the body.
    FSH test is needed when you have been trying to conceive for 12 months or longer without success. Additionally, it is also helpful in determining the cause of irregular periods. It can also help distinguish between perimenopause and menopause.
    The E2 test is needed if the growth of male or female sex organs is not progressing at an average rate. Additionally, this test can help determine the cause of late or early puberty by identifying the problems with adrenal glands.
    The AMH test is conducted for the below-mentioned reasons:  Finding the cause of early menopause Checking infant genitals that cannot be distinguished as male or female Diagnose female hormonal disorders like PCOS

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    The information mentioned above is meant for educational purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute to your Physician’s advice. It is highly recommended that the customer consults with a qualified healthcare professional to interpret test results

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