What Is It?

PGSN, also known as Progesterone, S is a screening that measures the level of progesterone present in the blood. In females, progesterone is a hormone produced in the corpus luteum (a normal cyst that forms on the ovary every month during ovulation), the ovaries, the adrenal glands, and during pregnancy by the placenta and it plays a vital role in fertility and pregnancy. In males, progesterone is produced in the testicles and the adrenal gland and is a building block of testosterone. PGSN screening is a simple blood test.

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Who Is It For?

Progesterone screening is useful for:

  • Assessing for infertility
  • Determining if ovulation has occurred during a menstrual cycle
  • Evaluating abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Evaluating placental health, especially in high-risk pregnancy
  • Determining risk of miscarriage
  • Diagnosing an ectopic pregnancy
  • Evaluating effectiveness of progesterone therapy for use in early pregnancy support
  • Assessing adrenal disorders

Progesterone levels can also be associated with low libido, erectile dysfunction, enlarged prostate, and a higher risk for prostate cancer in men.

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Why Is It Important?

PGSN screening a useful tool for your doctor to diagnose infertility or ovulation irregularities, monitor high-risk pregnancies, determine if a miscarriage has occurred, diagnose ectopic pregnancy, assess for ovarian cysts and cancer, and evaluate for adrenal gland disorders. Progesterone screening can help you understand your reproductive health and work with your doctor to make informed decisions regarding your treatment.

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