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Fertility Capsule II: Evaluating FSH, LH, Prolactin, Estradiol (E2), and TSH Levels

Fertility Capsule II: Evaluating FSH, LH, Prolactin, Estradiol (E2), and TSH Levels

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Fertility Capsule II is a comprehensive blood test that evaluates the levels of five hormones: Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Prolactin, Estradiol (E2), and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH). These hormones play a significant role in reproductive health and fertility in both men and women. In women, FSH, LH, and Estradiol are crucial for ovulation and menstrual cycles, while Prolactin is necessary for milk production, and TSH is essential for thyroid function. In men, FSH and LH are essential for sperm production and testosterone levels, while TSH plays a role in metabolism and general health.

Understanding the levels of these hormones is vital in assessing fertility and other aspects of reproductive health. It provides essential information that can guide further testing and treatment for infertility or other reproductive issues.


  • Test NameFertility Capsule II: Evaluating FSH, LH, Prolactin, Estradiol (E2), and TSH Levels
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredAvoid vigorous physical activity or exercise and ensure a good night’s sleep before the test. Women should ideally have this test done on the third day of their menstrual cycle unless advised otherwise by their doctor.
  • Report Time6 hours

Why is the Fertility Capsule II test important?

Fertility Capsule II is important for assessing reproductive health and fertility in both men and women. It evaluates hormones that are crucial in processes such as ovulation, menstrual cycles, sperm production, and thyroid function.

What does a high or low FSH level indicate?

In women, high FSH levels may indicate reduced ovarian reserve or menopause, whereas low levels may indicate issues 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.

High levels of Estradiol in women might indicate ovarian tumors or hyperthyroidism, while low levels might indicate menopause or poor ovarian reserve. In men, high levels might indicate gynecomastia, and low levels might indicate hypogonadism.

A high TSH level typically indicates an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism), while a low level indicates an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism).

A healthcare professional will draw 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. 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 typically 1.9-12.5 mIU/mL for women and 1.24-7.8 mIU/mL for men. Prolactin varies throughout menstrual cycles but is generally under 20 ng/mL for women and under 15 ng/mL for men. Estradiol is 30-400 pg/mL for women and 10-50 pg/mL for men. TSH is typically 0.4-4.0 mIU/L.

No, fasting is not required for the Fertility Capsule II test.

The frequency of the test can vary based on individual circumstances and should be determined by your doctor.

If your levels are abnormal, you should consult your doctor, who may refer you to an endocrinologist or fertility specialist.

Yes, factors such as medications, stress, illness, and the phase of the menstrual cycle can affect hormone levels.

If fertility issues are identified, your doctor will guide you through the appropriate next steps, which may include additional testing, treatment, or referral to a specialist.

This test is generally not done during pregnancy, as hormone levels change significantly during this period.

Understanding the hormone levels in your body is crucial in assessing your reproductive health. If you are facing issues related to fertility or if you just want to have a check-up, the Fertility Capsule II test can be instrumental. It is always important to discuss the results and any potential health concerns with your doctor. Being proactive about your reproductive health can make all the difference in early diagnosis and effective treatment.

Fertility Capsule II (FSH, LH, Prolactin, E2 & TSH)
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