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What is the ideal LH level to get pregnant ?

hi, i am Mrs Sumathy. We have been consulting the doctor from the past 3 months to get pregnant . The doctor said to take the blood test in 3rd day of my period. In blood report my LH level was 8.11 mIU/ml. LH level was so high and suggested by the doctor to go under treatment for the three months, Otherwise i will get abortion in mid my pregnancy , if i didn t take treatment. Now the three months of treatment is over and again we have checked the LH level in 2nd day(within 24 hours from the bleeding ) of my period. Now it is 9.4 mIU/ml. Is the LH Level is high? and What is the LH Level to get pregnant? Please advise me in this matter I m very much worried.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Jun 2011
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welcome to HCM
read your prob, why are you worry n why are you starting treatment your LH leval is in normal range . normal range of LH is 1 to 20 IU within 24 to 48 hrs of period.
so discuss it with your doc n stop treatment.
Dr aseem 9982583020
Answered: Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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