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Would I get pregnant with progestron level 1.2?
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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Depends when?
Sure it's possible, it depends when that level was drawn.
If you check Progesterone (p4) level 1-2 days after ovulation, it will normally be around 1. The trick to understanding p4 levels is having a good idea when ovulation occurs, otherwise the levels mean little or even nothing.

In brief: Depends when?
Sure it's possible, it depends when that level was drawn.
If you check Progesterone (p4) level 1-2 days after ovulation, it will normally be around 1. The trick to understanding p4 levels is having a good idea when ovulation occurs, otherwise the levels mean little or even nothing.
Dr. Gerard Honore
Dr. Gerard Honore
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Dr. Peter Horvath
Fertility Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Not sure what U mean
Progesterone levels are generally low (< 1-2 ng/ml) in the first half of the cycle (b4 ovulation), rise at ovulation (~2-3 ng/ml) and continue to rise in the 2nd half (up to 10 or even 20 ng/ml).
Usually in pregnancy levels are ideally at least 15 ng/ml. So.. A level of 1.2 probably means your are somewhere in the 1st half of the cycle, or about to get your next bleed. Hope that answers it 4u.

In brief: Not sure what U mean
Progesterone levels are generally low (< 1-2 ng/ml) in the first half of the cycle (b4 ovulation), rise at ovulation (~2-3 ng/ml) and continue to rise in the 2nd half (up to 10 or even 20 ng/ml).
Usually in pregnancy levels are ideally at least 15 ng/ml. So.. A level of 1.2 probably means your are somewhere in the 1st half of the cycle, or about to get your next bleed. Hope that answers it 4u.
Dr. Peter Horvath
Dr. Peter Horvath
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