Fifty years after the invention of the birth control pill, a new test promises to revolutionize the behavior of future generations of women. The Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), which is produced by the ovarian cells, can indirectly assess whether the quantity of ova available is higher, average or lower than expected for a certain age. This helps predict reproductive longevity. This new test has become an important tool for human reproduction professionals all over the world, and it is already a routine practice at the Center.