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Free AMH Screenings – National Infertility Awareness Week

Article contributed by Fertility Specialists of Texas for NIAW
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National Infertility Awareness Week at FST: Free AMH Screenings

They say every cloud has a silver lining and when it comes to infertility, those clouds can seem overwhelming. Fertility Specialists of Texas (FST) wants to help you find your silver lining during National Infertility Awareness Week, April 23-29. In honor and recognition of this annual event, FST is offering Free AMH screenings at its offices in Frisco, Dallas and Grapevine April 24-28. We’d love to schedule an appointment for you!

| What is an AMH screening? |

The Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) screening is a quick blood test that evaluates a woman’s remaining egg supply. The test can performed on any day during her cycle.

| Who needs an AMH screening? |

This is a great baseline test for any woman under the age of 35 who has been trying to conceive for about a year or over the age of 35 who has been trying for about 6 months.

| When will I know my results? |

An FST nurse will call you with the results of the screening within 2 weeks and will discuss what your particular level means and what your next steps should be.

| What’s the cost? |

FST is offering this screening free of charge to non-established patients in support of National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW).

| Secure Your Slot |

To schedule your in-office appointment during NIAW, April 24-28, 2017, please contact Tessa, tfalk@fertilitytexas.com, 214-618-2044. There are a limited number of slots available; appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

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