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Hormone Levels For Conception

by Dornadula Sirisha
(Mangalore, Karnataka, India)

My age is 23, my LH is 6.1 and FSH is 8.0 and TSH is 2.7 and Prolactin is 9.2. And I had a D and C on March 24th. With these hormone levels can I get pregnant?

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Normal Hormonal Levels For Conception
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

It is very important that you talk to your doctor about your hormone test results and your ability to conceive.

The following is a short guide that can help you better understand your results:

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH): 3-20 mIU/ml
This hormone is tested on day 3 to assess ovarian reserves. Under 6 is excellent and 6 to 9 is good.

Luiteinizing Hormone (LH): less than 7 mIU/ml
A normal LH level should be close to FSH their ration shoul dbe as close as possible to 1:1

Prolactin Hormone: less than 24 ng/ml
Increased levels of prolactin can interfere with the ability to ovulate regularly.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH): 0.4-4 mIU/ml
In order to conceive TSH should be less than 2.

I hope this helps better understand your test results. Since you are very young, I am sure you will be able to conceive soon.

To boost your fertility, read this article on 20 Tips for Conceiving a Child Naturally.

Fertility Blessings!

Results After HCG
by: Anonymous


My FSH on day 13-14 of my cycle: 15.8

My LH 22.2

Progesterone 2.64

I felt I ovulated on day 13 after using HCG the day before.

Can you comment on these results?

Knowing When You Ovulate
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

Make sure to ask your doctor to explain your results to you as he or she have access to your complete medical and can best help you understand your results. Please, understand that many factors can play a role in analyzing hormonal testing results like age, previous pregnancies, surgeries, other blood testing, other reproductive findings like ultrasounds, etc...

hCG can help support ovulation and it will help women with hormonal imbalance causing poor ovulatory cycles.

In order to get pregnant you need to know for sure that you are ovulating, so that you know your treatment is working, but most importantly so that you can target intercourse accordingly.

I would recommend using a fertility monitor like Ovacue to monitor your cycle and help you get pregnant.

Ovacue is recommended by many reproductive endocrinologist and fertility clinic as a very useful supporting tool to fertility treatments.

Fertility Blessings!

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