Hi ladies. First, best wishes to you all! I'm 34 years old. My husband and I are TTC our 2nd baby. No luck for 6 months. I had hormone blood work testing on Day 2 of my period. Tested for FSH, Estradiol, Progesterone, Prolactin, and TSH. I need help understanding the implications of my results which I think indicate an imbalance. I do not have a doctor yet, I just had the test done and sent to me. I need to know what these #s mean, in terms of our odds for conceiving/treatments. Please respond if you have any info. Thanks. Results for FHS, Estradiol (E2) and progesterone are below.
I think your hormones look great for day 2. Fsh- anything under 10 is good. The lower the better so yours is great. Estrogen looks good too. Progesterone for day 2 should be low. It shouldn't be above 10 until after ovulation. That should be checked at day 21. Good luck!
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