What Is a Normal Range for Luteinizing Hormone?


Luteinizing hormone is a gonadotropin from the anterior pituitary and the normal range should be between 3 to 20 mlU/l. Their functions include ovulation, formation of the corpus-leutum, and the secretion of progesterone in the second half of the menstrual cycle.
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(lū'tē-ə-nī'zĭng) n. ( Abbr. LH ) A hormone produced by the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland that stimulates ovulation and the development of the corpus
Function FSH serves two functions in the female. The hormone acts to stimulate another hormone called estradiol at the beginning of the menstrual cycle. The production of eggs by
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