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Patient preparation for tests in the field of reproductive endocrinology

  weblogo2png ESTRADIOL, FSH, LH - The recommended blood collection time is between day 3 and day 5 or between day 13 and day 15 of the menstrual cycle, or depending on the diagnosis. It is recommended that the patient does not consume steroids, thyroid, estrogen, ACTH, or gonadotropins for 48 hours before blood collection. Consultation with a doctor is recommended. Tests don’t require to be done on an empty stomach.

  weblogo2png PROLACTIN - The recommended blood collection time is in the morning, 3-4 hours after you wake up. The patient should come on an empty stomach and rest for at least 30 minutes prior to blood collection.

  weblogo2png PROGESTERONE - The recommended blood collection time is between day 20 and day 23 of the menstrual cycle. It is recommended that the patient does not consume steroids, thyroid medicine, estrogens, ACTH or gonadotropin for 48 hours before blood collection and consultation with a doctor is recommended. Tests don’t require to be done on an empty stomach.

  weblogo2png ANDROSTENDIONE - The recommended blood collection time is 10:30 in the morning. Tests don’t require to be done on an empty stomach.

  weblogo2png DHEAS - The recommended blood collection time is 10:30 in the morning. It is recommended that the patient does not consume steroids, thyroid medicine, estrogens, ACTH or gonadotropin for 48 hours before withdrawal and consultation with a doctor is recommended. Tests don’t require to be done on an empty stomach.

  weblogo2png TESTOSTERONE - The recommended time for blood collection is early in the morning for both men and women. Tests don’t require to be done on an empty stomach.

  weblogo2png AMH - It doesn't depend on the day of your menstrual cycle and tests don’t require to be done on an empty stomach.