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Prolactin Level 35 Ngml
Does the result indicate pcos?
LH 6.58 mIU/ml
PRL 10.3 ng/ml
Ins 5.33 uU/ml
Not really: Hi. There is nothing among those labs that would suggest PCOS to me. Do you have hirsutism, irregular periods, and are overweight? In that setting, PCOS can be considered after things like Cushing's and congenital adrenal hyperplasia are excluded. PCOS has high testosterone, and usually LH:FSH > 2.5 and usually multiple ovarian cysts on ultrasound. None of that is suggested by what you provide. ...Read more
Hfsh is mlu / ml., hlh 4.0mlu /ml , prolactin 17.3 ng/ml , progesterone 44.0 nmol/ l. Please what does this mean.
FSH: It would be good to know the actual value of the fsh to interpret all the other information. It would also be important to know what day of your menstrual cycle the tests were done. The only test you reported that can be interpreted is the prolactin because it doesn't depend on the day it was done. That result was normal. ...Read more
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
What time of day?: Hi. they may be normal. The TSH could be a sign of early, subclinical hypothyroidism (getting TPO and thyroglobulin antibodies and free T4 may help the assessment). Due to diurnal variation, if the blood was drawn around 8 AM, the cortisol would be normal; very abnormal if drawn late at night. The prolactin, depending on the lab's normal range may be normal or slightly elevated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
what does elevated LH and low FSH and above normal prolactin in men mean? my LH is 6 (1-9) normal, FSH 2 (1-9), prolactin 19 (0-11), TSH 3.84 (1-4.0)
Girlfriend diagnosed with prolactinoma (11mm) 3 months ago, PRL lvls: 2059 miU/mL then; Cabergoline treatment,PRL lvls now:26 miU/mL. Is this normal?
Yes: Yes, normal response to treatment drug.Get a more detailed answer ›
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?
Low T4 (2.4mug/l), ft4 (0.6 ng/dl), T3 (liothyronine) (40 ng/dl) and ft3 (2 pg/ml) TSH (4.7 uiu/ml) . Other harmones stable. Should i get pituitary MRI done?
FSH=4.5, LH=5.3, Progesteron=1.5, Testosterone=0.5, SHB Glob=46, Test/SHBG ratio=1.1, Prolactin=110 Miu/L, 17 bet OST=145. Test after menses, Normal?
3.1 Prolactin level? Pituitary Microadenoma TSH levels up and down, no other tests done. Is this level okay?
Age 25. Day 4 FSH-6.04 μIU/ml LH-4 μIU/ml Prolactin 51.41 ng/ml AMH 1.3 ng/ml. Dominant follicle of 19mm seen on day11. Can I concieve natually?
Are high LH (90 MIU/ML) and FSH (168 MIU/ML) in a post menopausal woman indicative of pituitary disease? (Normal Prolactin, Cortisol (am), TSH)
Hi I am 28 male I have smaller testicles.My harmonal profile E2 58.5 pg/ml Testosterone 414 ng/dL FSH 10.67 mIU/ml LH 6.38 mIU/ml prolactin 6.64 ng/ml and free Testosterone 10 pg/ml.Could you advice if these were normal?
It's moot: Guys' testicular size varies tremendously from person to person and from time to time, and has basically nothing to do with anything. The questions that matter are, "Are you getting erections / ejaculations like most guys?" and "If you are concerned about infertility, are you producing sperm?" If "Yes" to both, relax & enjoy. Even hormonal levels you cite have only a limited relationship to either ...Read more
My thyroid function test: T3 (liothyronine) 9.692 ng/ml , T4 9.101 ug/dl , TSH 2.767 uiu/ml. Hb alc. 5.4% , serum CRP test <6 mg/l . Any complications?
Estradiolo 32, 9 pg/ml
fsh 14, 1iu/l
testosterone < 0, 1 ng/ml
beta hCG <2 mu/ml.Are these values normal for menopause?
Not necessarily.: It depends on your age and the situation. Your estrogen is low. Your fsh is not at high as i would expect in full menopause. You are not pregnant, and your testosterone is very low. The units reported vary, and I am at home. This could represent your pituitary not trying hard enough to stimulate your ovaries, or just early in your cycle. If your are 46, you may be perimenopausal. ...Read more
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