The medical check up every woman needs
A considerable number of people heed to the call of going for regular medical check-ups, not necessarily because they are sick, but in order to get to know their medical status and make informed choices in life for better, healthy living. In today's world where everybody is being told to check on their nutritional habits to keep their cholesterol levels low, high blood pressure is one of the most common tests that most doctors will test in almost all the patients. However, in this day and age, it is a bit too backward to carry out blanket tests for everyone without taking into account their age and sex, which is one of the most crucial factors in determining a number of medical conditions. Doctors should instead focus on tailoring the blood tests in a manner that addresses the specific needs of patients. We are here to specifically empower young women who plan to have children at some point in their lives. Unlike men who remain fertile almost through their entire lifespan, women's clock is very different and the more they age, the lesser their egg stock becomes.
In this day and age where technological advances have been made and especially where more and more women have stable and fruitful careers, it is important that they get to know about their status as potential future mothers and keep their egg reserve in check, so that we do not end up with a situation where a woman plans to have her first child at 30, only to find out that her egg reserve has run dry. The AMH test is a test that has not been around for very long, but it is a test that all the women out there need to know about in order to enable them to plan better for their child bearing. The AMH test is a test that not only determines the quantity of eggs within women's ovarian reserve, but it also shows the quality of the eggs they have left, thereby enabling them to have a peace of mind, knowing that they are pretty much in control of their conception. The AMH is a blood test that is very necessary especially for young women who are above the age of 25 and have decided to push forward their child bearing because of their careers or are yet to settle down with their ideal man.
Affordable, dependable test
In our clinic, we carry out this test at a very affordable test and we believe that women should not live in ignorance of their biological clock and that even if they are still building their careers, they can still have their cake and eat it. It is recommended that the AMH level test be carried out on an annual basis so that women can keep track of how much of the quality eggs they have left and when is exactly the right time to bear a child. Alternatively, if the women are planning to have a child even deep into menopause, we can still make that possible with the AMH level test, which would enable us to keep track of the quality and quantity of eggs left and possibly freeze the eggs at the patient's request for future use. No need to get worried about your biological clock.
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