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550 Rs


Discounted Price:

440 Rs

Pre-test preparation or requirements

• Sample can be drawn at any time. But preferred on 2nd day of menstruation. No fasting or special preparation required.
• Sample should taken in plain vial.

Normal range

  • Male: 0.1-2.1 ng/ml

  • Female:

                           -Non Pregnancy

                           -Follicular Phase 0.2-1.6 ng/ml

                           -Ovulation Phase 0.3-2.1 ng/ml

                           -Luteal Phase 1.8-22.5 ng/ml

  • Post menopause: <1.05 ng/ml

  • Pregnancy:

                           -1st Trimester 3.9-60 ng/ml

                           -After 1st trimester 15.4-60 ng/ml

Significance of test

Increasing progesterone level may indicate viable pregnancies. When it decreases, ultrasonography is required to confirm viability. In 8-10 weeks of gestation, serum concentration is relatively constant. If the pregnancy is failing, progesterone level is decreasing. After 10-12 weeks, levels increase more rapidly, but they are not considered suitable means for monitoring foetal well-being. Serial measurements of serum progesterone have also been used to check the effectiveness of ovarian and corpus luteum function.

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