|Hormone||Follicular Phase||Day of LH Surge||Mid-Luteal Phase||Comments|
|LH||<7 mIU/ml||>15 mIU/ml||n/a||Ovulation remains possible while LH is normal. When LH levels rise to about a third of the level of a woman’s postmenopausal FSH level, menopause is consider complete.|
|FSH||<13 mIU/ml||>15 mIU/ml||n/a||5-20 normal range; too low <5 can mean pituitary or hypothalmic failure; High 40mIU/ml – 200mIU/ml causes can be post menopausal, removal of ovaries or ovarian failure. Over 20 may indicate menopause within 5 years.|
|Estradiol||Early follicular 30-150
Late follicular 100-500 ng/ml.
|>100 pg/ml||>60 pg/ml
Late lut: 30-150 ng/ml.
|Perimenopausal: >20, Menopausal: 40-200 ng/ml.|
|Progesterone||–||<1.5 ng/ml||>15 ng/ml|
|Hormone||Comments||Levels at anytime in the body|
|Free T3||1/4-4.4 pg/ml|
|Free Thyroxine (T4)||0.8-2.0 ng/dl|
|Total Testosterone||often times in their 30-40s women are low in testosterone – often <10-20 ng/ml.||6.0-86 ng/dl other sources say 20-85 ng/ml.|
|Free Testosterone||0.7-3.6 pg/ml|
|Laboratory results may vary as far as "normal" ranges. These levels are from Listening to Your Hormones by Gillian Ford and A Couple’s Guide to Fertility by Goldstein and Fuerst.|