I am 38 years old with mild form of autoimmune disease, had been pregnant twice since October 2013, but both ended up in early miscarriage. MRI scans already discounted issues to my womb, so autoimmune disease is likely cause.
I have been then referred to miscarriage clinic and are undergoing treatment for autimmune isssues in NHS hospital through hydrocloroxine and cortisoid and aspirin, and recently started trying to conceive as advised, without success until now.
Given my age, I am curious about my AMH level. Because I got pregnant naturally previously, haven't been offered AMH level check. Does anyone know where can I have AMH test only in self-referal lab around London (centre and southwest) or Surrey without having to go to a more expensive complete package for fertility
I know the London clinic I went to used The Doctors Laboratory for blood tests and I used them in a previous pregnancy for a Group B Strep test. You could enquire whether they would do an AMH test for you if you could find a nurse to take the blood and send it. But I doubt they'd interpret the results for you.
I ordered an AMH testkit via Cambridge Temperature Concepts. It came in the post, I booked an appointment with the practice nurse at my local GP surgery to have the blood taken, sent it back in the post and I was contacted directly with the results. Cost was around £40-50 (it was 2 years ago though)
TWNgirl - I am thinking of getting my AMH level checked too at a private clinic. Did you use the PathLab located on Welbeck Street, London? How would you rate them? I'm really nervous as I hate blood tests, and I cant seem to find a review about them anywhere.
If anyone else used PathLab, can they also let me know. Unfortunately this clinic is the nearest 'Local' private clinic I could find. Thanks x