What is humm?

In simple terms, humm is an easy alternative to paying with cash or credit card and allows you to pay in monthly instalments.

humm allows you to spread out the cost of your treatment at Thérapie Fertility. It’s that simple!
Applications can all be done online (please ensure that you are not using Internet Explorer). If you are approved for finance with humm, you can use this approval for any treatment at Thérapie Fertility.

*Interest rates and fees are dependent on your plan.

To be eligible for humm you must meet the following criteria:

Be at least 18 years of age
Provide proof of PPS number & address
Be an Irish citizen or permanent resident of Ireland
Earn a minimum taxable income of €1,000 per month
Have a current credit/debit card and a photo ID
Have a good credit history

Price

€100

AMH

Hormone Testing

A measure of your egg quantity and ovarian reserve

AMH

The AMH test measures the amount of anti-müllerian hormone in the blood. AMH can provide information about the ovarian reserve, the quantity of eggs that are left.

Why do we test AMH?

An AMH test is used to check a woman’s ability to produce eggs that can be fertilised for pregnancy. Your ovaries can make thousands of eggs during your life but the number declines as you get older. AMH levels help show how many eggs a woman has left. This is known as the ovarian reserve.

If your ovarian reserve is high, you may have a better chance of getting pregnant. If the ovarian reserve is low, it may mean a woman will produce less eggs during treatment. It does not mean the eggs are of poor quality or that spontaneous conception may be difficult.

A low AMH enables you to prioritise your fertility options, as you may have less time than you previously thought. However, it is only one piece of the puzzle and a low AMH is not necessarily bad news in isolation. It should simply be a trigger for further investigation.

At Thérapie Fertility we believe that all adult women should know their AMH in order to empower them to take ownership of their own fertility potential.

AMH
FAQs

The simple answer is this. It depends. A number of factors such as age and medical and fertility history will influence this number. We would encourage you not to look at your AMH result in isolation, but in the overall context of your other results.
It is a simple blood test which can be done in two ways through a finger prick test or through a conventional blood draw.
Don’t panic. Low AMH is not in itself a cause of infertility, but it is an indication of a decreased egg reserve. Our team will recommend further investigations and may recommend proactivity with respect to your fertility options and treatment.

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