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    Default Egg reserve tests

    I'm very fortunate we have 1 beautiful DD that was conceived naturally. We would like more, however it appears the women the generation before me have gone through early menopause. Mum was mid / late 30's and both my aunts in late 30's. I am just wondering if it would be worth taking a reserve test. What's involved and what are the fees.

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    Hi. A blood test for amh and fsh on the second day of your period is done to determine ur ovarian reserve. I cannot comment on the cost because i am from A different country

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    Hi, you will be charged about $70 for the test.

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    Thanks, is it referral from GP or do I just pick somewhere

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    I had to get a referral from my GP for the blood test.

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    Sorry, yes you will need a referral

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    just a GP referral for a blood test. I could do mine any day of my cycle. Cost $60 - this was 4 weeks ago.


 

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