Explanation Of The Results Of The Fertility Hormone Test?
I want my name, my name is Novi, I am 28 years old, I want to ask the value of the examination results for FERTILITY HORMONE, what does it mean, please explain dn normal or not the first LH 2.29 FSH 4.46 ESTRADIOL 35 PROLACTIN 13.64 REFERENCE VALUE 5.18-26.53 TRIMAKASIH
Hello, Novi Luvts, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Fertility hormones in women are a group of hormones that play a role in determining a person's fertility. These hormones play a role in menstruation, ovulation, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. Apart from fertility hormones, many other factors play a role in female fertility, such as age, hormone disorders such as thyroid hormones, reproductive health, and psychological factors.
Fertility hormone test functions to determine fertility hormone levels. Fertility hormone abnormalities can be caused by several factors, for example there is a disturbance in its function or in the organs that produce it. The hormone levels fluctuate or may fluctuate depending on the time of the examination, for this reason the examination time must be right so that the results obtained are accurate. In addition, the normal value in each laboratory can be different, usually the normal value (reference value) is listed next to the test result. Here are the normal values for the fertility hormone according to the sources I found:
1. LH is normally 5-20 mIU / mL
2. FSH is normally 5-20 mIU / mL checked on day 2-3 of the menstrual cycle
3. Estradiol is normally 20-400 pg / mL checked on day 2-3 of the menstrual cycle
4. Prolactin is normally <24 ng / mL
For that, you can check again on the normal value / reference value for each hormone and you compare it with your test results. If your test results are still within normal values (for example: your estradiol test result is 35 and your lab's normal estradiol level is between 20-400) then your estradiol level is still normal. If your test results are below normal levels, you can ask the doctor who advised you for the fertility test. Or if you are still in doubt, you can ask your doctor directly.
Here is an article on fertility testing, which you can read for additional information.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.