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What is a normal FSH and LH level?
For males, the normal range is 1.24–7.8 IU/L. If LH levels are below the normal range, it may indicate a pituitary gland problem. Their pituitary gland may not be making enough LH, which may lead to low testosterone.
What is a normal LH level in a woman?
The normal range for a woman varies, depending on her menstrual cycle. Here are normal ranges: Men: 1.24 to 7.8 IU/L. Women, follicular phase of menstrual cycle: 1.68 to 15 IU/L.
When should LH levels be checked?
Ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) contain at-home tests that measure LH levels in the urine. It is best to start testing levels when the fertile window is drawing near, or a handful of days before ovulation. Most people ovulate between 7 and 19 days before their next period begins.
What is a normal FSH level for a 40 year old?
Sperm survival is more variable, but typically 3-5 days, so the days leading up to ovulation and the day of ovulation itself are your most fertile – when you are most likely to get pregnant. As soon as you have ovulated, the follicle starts producing another hormone: progesterone.