1. The Reference Value of progesterone during follicular phase is 150 ng/dl.
2. The range of progesterone during luteal phase 300-1,200 ng/dl.
3. The normal progression value in the first trimester is 1,500-5,000 ng/dl.
4. The normal progression value in the second and third trimester is 8,000-20,000 ng/dl.
5. The range of progesterone in menopausal women is 10-22 ng/dl.
6-8. Elevated Progesterone Levels may indicate;
- Luteneizing Tumors
- Ovarian Cyst
11-15. An 18 year old girl went to the hospital and said to be having amenorrhea, as she was tested she was diagnosed to be having gonadal dysfunction. What would be the cause of girls symptoms? Does it have something to do with elevated or low progesterone level?
- The girls amenorrhea was caused by gonadal dysfunction. Amenorrhea was associated with a low progesterone level.