FSH & LH
This assay is useful as an adjunct in the evaluation of menstrual irregularities. It also evaluates patients with suspected hypogonadism, predicts ovulation, evaluates infertility and helps in diagnosing pituitary disorders. Primary hypogonadism results in elevated levels of basal LH & FSH. LH is decreased in Primary ovarian hyperfunction in females & Primary hypergonadism in males.
In females, preferred sampling time is Day 2 / Day 3 of the menstrual cycle. Specify day of menstrual cycle