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Pcos fsh: 4.3 lh: 6.1

By Anonymous September 1, 2017 - 7:30pm
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I got married in Feb 2015 and got pregnant in April 2015, I had a little bleeding in May post which I was asked to take rest. On 19th June I had my 12 week scan n baby was healthy. On 20th June I had severe back pain n admitted in hospital n had miscarriage on 21st June early morning. Till the time of pregnancy my periods was regular 28day cycle. Tried had to get pregnant after a year. My periods became irregular by this time n got pregnant in Dec 2016. During my 8th week scan baby did not have heartbeat n tht was a missed miscarriage. Again my period became irregular. After follicular study in Aug 2017. Doctor suggested me to try for baby as I was ovulating. But on 1st sept I got my periods. Did blood test and my fsh is 4.3 n lh is 6.1. Pl suggest on how to go about it. Since Jan 2017 for past 8 months I became allergic to many food items n took medicines from dermatologist.

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Hi, Anon.

Thank you for writing.

This is something you need to speak to your doctor about. I can give you some general information.

*Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) is often used to assess ovarian reserve. It is measured on day 3 of the menstrual cycle and the normal values range between 3-20 mIU/ml. In general, under 6 is very good, 6-9 is good, 9-10 poor, 10-13 indicates diminished ovarian reserve.

More information here: https://www.reproductivewellness.com/understanding-fsh-and-amh-determining-ovarian-reserve/


September 2, 2017 - 4:34am
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