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High LH and FSH levels
My LH is 10.1 miu/ml and FSH is 9.4 miu/ML. Which is on a higher side. Does this mean i have pcos?? And how can i reduce the levels to get pregnant??
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Are these tests done on 2nd day of your period ? Ten only these levels matters
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In PCOS...LH is high...n FSH is normal... Do Ur AMH ...that's a crucial test for u.. For more details connect directly
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Pcos is determined by cycle regularity, testosterone levels, and polycystic ovaries. Please consult your gynaecologist regarding help with fertility
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