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Test Name:Progesterone, 17-OH
Protocol Use Only:Yes
Department:Laboratory Medicine
Lab Area:Mayo Medical Labs
Last Modified on:12/05/2013 02:48:14 PM
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Progesterone, 17-OH  ng/dL  (SI: nmol/L = 0.03 x ng/dL)
Performed at Mayo Medical Labs, Rochester MN
Effective 19Sep94 – present:
Children
     Preterm Infants:
     Preterm infants may exceed 630 ng/dL however it is uncommon to see levels reach 1000 ng/dL
     Term Infants:    0-28 days:  <630 ng/dL
Levels fall from newborn (<630 ng/dL) to prepubertal gradually within 6 months.
   Prepubertal males:   <110 ng/dL
   Prepubertal females: <100 ng/dL
Adults
   Males:                           <220 ng/dL
   Females:
       Follicular:                  <80 ng/dL
       Luteal:                       <285 ng/dL
       Postmenopausal:    <51 ng/dL

Performed at SmithKline Beecham, Van Nuys CA
Effective  20May91 - 18Sep94:
Infant, 1D-8D              <150
Infant, 1M-12M           <220
Female, follicular        <80
Postmenopausal        <50
Female, prepubertal    <200
Male, prepubertal        <110

Effective  04Jan89 - 18Sep94:
Infant, 1D-8D              90 - 630
Female, luteal            30 - 290
Female, follicular         10 - 80
Postmenopausal          0 - 19
Male, adult                 30 - 220

Effective 31Mar88 - 03Jan89:
Infant, 1D-8D                0 - 2
Infant, 1M-12M             0 - 2.2  
Female, prepubertal      0 - 2
Female, follicular          0 - 0.8
Female, luteal            0.3 - 2.9
Postmenopausal           0 - 0.5
Male, prepubertal          0 - 1.1
Male, adult                  0.3 - 2.2

 
 
 

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