Luteinizing Hormone Blood Test

Luteinizing Hormone Blood Test
Private Blood Test
Price: £75
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Key Features:

  • Aids in identifying factors affecting fertility and conception.
  • Provides insights into the menstrual cycle for more effective family planning.
  • Assists in uncovering and addressing issues related to menstrual cycle irregularities.
  • Confirms the onset of menopause or perimenopause, guiding healthcare decisions.
  • Evaluates and determines potential causes behind a low sperm count.
  • Explores factors contributing to a diminished sex drive in men’s in identifying factors affecting fertility and conception.

Why book a Luteinizing Hormone Blood Test?

  • To explore and identify potential factors contributing to difficulties in conceiving.
  • To gain a precise understanding of the menstrual cycle, including ovulation dates, to enhance conception planning.
  • To delve into and understand issues related to irregularities or problems with the menstrual cycle.
  • To confirm the onset of menopause or perimenopause, providing clarity on reproductive stage transitions.
  • To identify and understand the reasons behind a lower-than-expected sperm count in men.
Private Fertility Blood Testing Private Clinics UK
Private Fertility Blood Testing Private Clinics UK

Luteinizing Hormone (LH), originating in the brain, plays a pivotal role in reproductive health. In women, it stimulates the release of eggs, while in men, it triggers testosterone production. Deviations from expected LH levels can lead to infertility, disruptions in the menstrual cycle, and diminished libido in men.

In Males & Females
Luteinizing Hormone (LH) is a crucial hormone in the female reproductive system, playing a central role in regulating the menstrual cycle and ovulation. While LH is more commonly associated with females, it also plays a vital role in male reproductive health, specifically in the production of testosterone.