Luteinizing Hormone

  • Differentiate primary and secondary amenorrhea
  • Differentiate primary hypofunction and secondary hypofunction
  • Identifying true or false precocious puberty in prepubertal children
  • Increase : Polycystic Ovary Syndrome / Turner syndrome/ Primary hypogonadism / Premature ovarian failure / Menopausal syndrome or menopausal women
  • Decreas : Long-term use of birth control pills / Use hormone replacement therapy

Product Detail

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Performance Characteristics

Performance Characteristics

Detection Limit:  ≤1.0 mIU/mL;

Linear Range:  1.0~200 mIU/mL;

Linear correlation coefficient R ≥ 0.990;       

Precision: within batch C.V. is ≤ 15%; between batches C.V. is ≤ 20%;                                           

Accuracy: the relative deviation of the measurement results shall not exceed ± 15% when the accuracy calibrator prepared by LH national standard or standardized accuracy calibrator are tested.

Cross-Reactivity:The following substances do not interfere with the TSH test results at the indicated concentrations: FSH at 200 mIU/mL, TSH at  200 mIU/L and HCG at100000 mIU/L

Storage And Stability

1. Store the detector buffer at 2~30℃. The buffer is stable up to 18 months.

2. Store Aehealth Ferritin Rapid Quantitative test cassette at 2~30℃, shelf life is up to 18 months.

3. Test cassette should be used within 1 hour after opening the pack.

Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a hormone produced by gonadotropic cells in the anterior pituitary gland.For women, LH helps regulate the menstrual cycle and egg production (ovulation). How much LH is in a woman's body depends on the phase of her menstrual cycle. This hormone goes up fast just before ovulation occurs, about midway through the cycle (day 14 of a 28-day cycle). This is called an LH surge.Luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels rise and fall together during the monthly cycle, and they work together to stimulate the growth and maturation of follicles, and then promote the estrogen and androgen biosynthesis.

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