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What's luteinizing hormone LH deficiency from--menopause?

What's luteinizing hormone LH deficiency from--menopause?

Not deficient: Lh deficinecy does not go with menopause; in fact lh levels get very much higher during and after menopause. ...Read more

Dr. Anne Steiner
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Luteinizing Hormone (Definition)

Luteinizing hormone (lh) is released by the master gland (pituitary) in the brain to cause ovulation. The egg is released from the ovary and ready to be fertilized. The ovary also then produces Progesterone to prepare the inside lining of the uterus for implantation of the fertilized egg and support it until the placenta takes over production ...Read more


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High follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) and luteinizing hormone (lh)--what are normal levels at ovulation?

High follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) and luteinizing hormone (lh)--what are normal levels at ovulation?

Varies: Lh levels peak just before ovulation, usually over 25 iu/l. During the rest of the cycle lh levels should be very low. Fsh levels are slightly high (5-10 iu/l) around cycle day #3 and also peak just before ovulation, around 15iu/l. ...Read more

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What's LH hormone?

What's LH hormone?

Luteinizing hormone: Lh is a hormone made by the pituitary gland that in women causes the production of estrogen by the ovary (in men causes production of testosterone by the testicle). In women, there is also a mid cycle surge that promotes ovulation (egg release). ...Read more

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Fsh, lh follicular stimulating hormone (fsh) 4.96 and LH is 2.89 .Is this normal?

Fsh, lh
follicular stimulating hormone
(fsh)
4.96 and LH is 2.89 .Is this normal?

Probably: Normal ranges can vary from lab to lab, so the 1st step would be to compare your results to the reference range, usually listed in parentheses such as (1.5 - 10). For hormone tests, however, results have to be interpreted in the context of what is happening clinically. Expected values for someone who is pregnant, or on birth control pills, or who should be ovulating at the time could all differ. ...Read more

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What does luteinizing hormone LH mean?

What does luteinizing hormone LH mean?

Turns yellow: Luteining hormone is a peptide (not a steroid) hormone in the pituitary gland of both females and males. Its name (lh) comes from one of its actions in females, which is 'luteinization' of ovarian granulosa cells. Luteinization means literally to 'turn yellow.' luteinization is a necessary change in the ovary so that it can produce Progesterone after ovulation. ...Read more

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FSH=4.5, LH=5.3, Progesteron=1.5, Testosterone=0.5, SHB Glob=46, Test/SHBG ratio=1.1, Prolactin=110, 17 bet OST=145. Test taken after menses, Normal?

Need units: on your prolactin level. The usual units are ng/mL, if yours is 110 ng/mL it is very significantly elevated. Please check those units! ...Read more

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How to increase luteinizing hormone lh?

How to increase luteinizing hormone lh?

Why: Why would you want to increase lh. A rise in lh signifies a low estrogen level in a female - which is menopause. There's no reason to, or method for, attempting to increase lh in an otherwise normal female. ...Read more

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On day 3 of period labs FSH 5.0 miu/ml, LH 5.65 miu/ml, progesterone​ 0.59pg/ml, estradiol (E2) 23.1 pg/ml. what do these mean? normal?

On day 3 of period labs FSH 5.0 miu/ml, LH 5.65 miu/ml, progesterone​ 0.59pg/ml, estradiol (E2) 23.1 pg/ml. what do these mean? normal?

Ovarian reserve.: The FSH drawn on the third day is used as an indicator of ovarian reserve. As an isolated measure, your value is right at the borderline of what we would consider normal ovarian reserve. ...Read more

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Which hormone peaks at ovulation?

Which hormone peaks at ovulation?

LH: Estrogen levels rise as you approach ovulation, and the main hormone that "peaks" is lh hormone. This is what is detected on the urine ovulation predictor kits. ...Read more

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First week of my cycle, progesterone 10ng, prolactin 17.8ng, LH 15.Uiu, FSH 2.5uiu, estradiol 73pg testosteron .4ng. What does this mean?

First week of my cycle, progesterone 10ng, prolactin 17.8ng, LH 15.Uiu, FSH 2.5uiu, estradiol 73pg testosteron .4ng. What does this mean?

Basically normal: One needs to know the patients history to be able to accurately interpret lab results. Basically these look normal with the exception of an elevated lh/fsh ratio. That can indicate pcos but only if your history and physical exam fit. Anytime you do testing you should schedule a follow up visit to discuss. ...Read more

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What Lowers HGH Human Growth Hormone Levels ?

What Lowers HGH Human Growth Hormone Levels ?

Low HGH: The origin of adult low HGH may be congenital or acquired. The most common cause of low HGH (representing two-thirds of cases) are pituitary and parasellar tumors, for 15% of cases, the cause is unknown, and about 20% of cases are from extrapituitary tumors, and 5% from infiltrative or inflammatory lesions. Also, as we age, the levels of HGH decrease. ...Read more

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Anti mullerian hormone level 4.89ng/ml. Age 29. Normal? Pcos?

Anti mullerian hormone level 4.89ng/ml. Age 29. Normal? Pcos?

Unclear: This test is of questionable value in isolation. Pcos is primarily a diagnosis that is made clinically considering many factors. For example how frequent the menses are etc. The amh has a specific range and there is controversy on its use in diagnosis of pcos. ...Read more

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Does FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) fluctuate in men too?

Does FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) fluctuate in men too?

Yes: The hypothalamus making a gonadotrophic hormone to stimulate lh and fsh also secretes episodically. ...Read more

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PCOS?? Antimullerian 2.10 ng/ml Estradiol 109 pg/ml FSH 3.23 mIU/ml Inhibin B 161.0 pg/ml LH 5.82 mIU/ml

PCOS?? Antimullerian 2.10 ng/ml  Estradiol 109 pg/ml  FSH  3.23 mIU/ml  Inhibin B 161.0 pg/ml  LH 5.82 mIU/ml

PCOS: PCOS is diagnosed by 1) irregular periods, 2) high androgen levels (such as testosterone), and/or 3) many small ovarian follicle cysts, usually seen on ultrasound. These criteria are the Rotterdam/ESHRE diagnostic criteria, the Androgen excess Society has a similar but slightly different criterion. None of the tests you have listed are used for diagnosing PCOS. I hope this helps, good wishes. ...Read more

Dr. Donald Alves
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Hormone (Definition)

A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more