Luteinizing hormone

Effect of Sporadic Anovulation on Ovulatory Hormone Levels

Researchers from the Eunice Shriver Kennedy National Insti ... more »

Estimation of Ovarian Response

Antral follicle count (AFC) is the most effective predictor of ... more »

What Happens After Ovulation?

The fertility cycle is broken into two parts. The first half of the fertility cycle is when the follicle stimulating hormone stimulates maturation of an egg. ... more »

Childhood Cancer Can Increase Pregnancy Complications

The 25th Annual Conference of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology warned childhood cancer survivors that pregnancy could be riskier than they thought. ... more »

What Interferes With the OPK?

Ovulation prediction kits OPK are sensitive to the luteinizing hormone (LH). While most medications will have no effect on the test results, there are a certain sector of medications that can have a very real effect. ... more »

Do I Need an OPK To Get Pregnant?

An ovulation prediction kit is created to measure the amount of luteinizing hormone in the urine. This hormone level will spike when the egg is about to be released from the ovarian follicle. ... more »

How to Use an OPK

After the urine has been absorbed onto the stick, the woman needs to wait the amount of time listed on the package directions. ... more »

Ovulation Predictor Kit - OPK

An Ovulation Predictor Kit or OPK is an at home test you can use to measure the amount of luteinizing hormone your body is producing. ... more »

OPK Positive - No Ovulation

Q: Is it possible that my Ovulation Preditor Kit (OPK) was positive without ovulation? ... more »

Fertility And Infertility Laboratory Test Results

Q: What are normal values for ertility and infertility laboratory test results? ... more »

OPK vs. BBT

Q: Which is better OPK or BBT? ... more »