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Menopause Fsh Lh
Please somebody help. I'm 30 yo, i've been diagnosed with low t (3.86 ng/ml), low normal LH & FSH (0.97 & 3.15 miu). Is there a permanent cure?
No cure, but help: Not knowing what your diagnosis is, i can't say for sure. Men your age with low testosterone may have any of a number of medical reasons for that. In medicine, we speak of "cure" meaning that the illness is permanently gone with no further treatment. Most illnesses cannot be cured, but well treated. Go to your physician and get a thorough evaluation, which will then lead to treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fsh is a peptide hormone synthesized in the anterior (forward) pituitary gland in both males and females. The name 'follicle stimulating hormone' refers to its role in females, namely to recruit and prepare an oocyte (egg) in the first half of the menstrual cycle leading up to ovulation. Fsh is often measured in blood to test a woman's ovarian ...Read more
Just had testing done for fsh levels and lh levels plus estrodil. My question is what level are they considered menopause?
FSH: If what you say is true I am very concerned that your doctor has not taken care of you. Please try and get copies of the doctor's findings and forward them to me if possible. ...Read more
My FSH level is 2.3 and LH level is 1.5. Are these normal? I'm 42 wondering if I'm heading toward menopause.
No evidence: Hi. Those lab tests show no evidence of menopause, and perimenopause does not have laboratory diagnostic criteria. Based on statistics and lack of hormonal evidence, I would say perimenopause is very unlikely and menopause is not present. BTW, I am assuming your prolactin is expressed in SI units, you being from the civilized country to the north of us. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently had my hormones levels checked . They are estradiol108pmol/L FSH 16.85IU/L and Lh 8.10UI/L are these values menopausal?I still have periods
Blood post menopausal test: estradiol <111; FSH 19-151; LH 14.2-52.3; progesterone <2.7 what does this indicate plse?
Menopause: The lab tests suggest that you may be perimenopausal. That means that your cycles may become more irregular, you may start or have hot flashes now, and the chances of getting pregnant with your own eggs is very low. It doesn't say when you will stop having periods or that you can't get pregnant, just a very low chance with your own eggs. Using an egg donor is an option if you want to get pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Last month late period, got period at 51st day with primolutnor. Now again late, FSH 6.1miu/ml, e2 63pg/ml, LH 3.2miu/l.Why and what to do? Menopause?
No: Not menopause, your gsh is way to low. You are not ovulating. Go back to dr, and thoyrouly discuss. You are the same person that yesterday was on clod and gonadatropins so this discussion with your doc is really needed at your age.Your numbers do not support polycystic ovarian syndrome ...Read more
The absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more