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Fertility Capsule I: Evaluating FSH, LH, and Prolactin Levels

Fertility Capsule I: Evaluating FSH, LH, and Prolactin Levels

Fertility Capsule I is a set of blood tests that evaluate three critical hormones, namely Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), and Prolactin. These hormones play a vital role in reproductive health for both men and women. In women, FSH and LH are crucial for ovulation and menstrual cycles, whereas prolactin is necessary for milk production. In men, FSH and LH are essential for sperm production and testosterone levels, while prolactin affects testosterone levels.

Assessing the levels of these hormones is often one of the first steps in evaluating fertility in both men and women. It provides essential information that can guide further testing and treatment for infertility or other reproductive issues.

  • Test NameFertility Capsule I: Evaluating FSH, LH, and Prolactin Levels
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredIt is recommended to avoid vigorous physical activity or exercise and to get a good night’s sleep before the test. Women should ideally have this test done on the third day of their menstrual cycle unless otherwise instructed by their doctor.
  • Report Time4 hours

Why is Fertility Capsule I done?

This test is done to assess the levels of FSH, LH, and Prolactin, which are important in understanding reproductive health and fertility in both men and women.

What does high or low FSH level indicate?

In women, a high FSH level may indicate a reduced ovarian reserve or menopause, while a low level may signal problems with ovulation. In men, high levels might indicate testicular dysfunction, while low levels might indicate issues with sperm production.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In women, high LH levels can indicate Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) or premature menopause, while low levels might indicate poor egg health. In men, high levels might indicate testicular failure, and low levels might indicate low testosterone.

High prolactin levels can cause irregular menstrual cycles in women and low testosterone levels in men. Low prolactin levels are rare but might indicate pituitary gland problems.

A healthcare professional will take a blood sample from a vein in your arm using a small needle. The sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.

There is minimal risk associated with having blood drawn for Fertility Capsule I. Some people might experience slight pain or bruising at the site where the needle was inserted.

Normal levels can vary, but generally, FSH is around 4.5-21.5 mIU/mL for women and 1.5-12.4 mIU/mL for men. LH is around 2.4-12.6 mIU/mL for women and 1.7-8.6 mIU/mL for men. Prolactin is around 4.8-23.3 ng/mL for women and 4.0-15.2 ng/mL for men.

The frequency of this test should be determined by your doctor based on your health status and any underlying conditions you may have.

Various factors such as stress, physical activity, medications, and underlying health conditions can affect FSH, LH, and Prolactin levels.

It is essential to inform your doctor of any medications you are taking, as some medications might affect hormone levels.

If your hormone levels are abnormal, it is important to discuss the results with your doctor to understand the potential causes and discuss any necessary treatments or interventions.

Yes, lifestyle changes such as maintaining a balanced diet, regular exercise, reducing stress, and avoiding excessive alcohol consumption can influence these hormone levels.

No, this test can also be useful for evaluating menstrual problems, pituitary disorders, and in some cases, men’s health issues.

While this test can provide critical information about hormone levels, additional tests might be needed to diagnose specific fertility issues.

You should consult your doctor, who may refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist or another specialist based on the results.

Fertility Capsule I provides valuable insights into hormonal balance and reproductive health by evaluating FSH, LH, and Prolactin levels. This information is instrumental in diagnosing and treating various reproductive issues and maintaining hormonal balance. It is crucial to follow your doctor’s guidance and communicate any concerns or questions regarding your reproductive health.

Fertility Capsule I (FSH, LH, Prolactin)
₹ 1300
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