What Is a Normal Range for Luteinizing Hormone?

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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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