To assess ovarian function, assist in fertility work-ups, and monitor placental function during pregnancy related to disorders such as tumor, cysts, and threatened abortion.
There are no food, fluid, activity, or medication restrictions unless by medical direction.
Method: Immunochemiluminometric assay (ICMA).
|Hormonal State||Conventional Units||SI Units (Conventional Units × 3.18)|
|Prepubertal males and females||Less than or equal to 0.35 ng/mL||Less than or equal to 1.1 nmol/L|
|Adult male||Less than or equal to 0.11 ng/mL||Less than or equal to 0.35 nmol/L|
|Follicular phase||Less than 1 ng/mL||Less than 3 nmol/L|
|Ovulatory phase||Less than 13 ng/mL||Less than 41.3 nmol/L|
|Luteal phase||2–25 ng/mL||6.4–79.5 nmol/L|
|Pregnancy, first trimester||10–44 ng/mL||31.8–140 nmol/L|
|Pregnancy, second trimester||25–83 ng/mL||80–264 nmol/L|
|Pregnancy, third trimester||65–229 ng/mL||206.7–728.2 nmol/L|
|Postmenopausal period||Less than 1 ng/mL||Less than 3 nmol/L|
Critical Findings and Potential Interventions
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