Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency

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What is Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency?

Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland. In women a rise in LH trigger ovulation; in men LH (also called interstitial cell-stimulating hormone) it stimulates production of testosterone. Hormone replacement therapy is gender specific.

What is it like to have Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency?

Common symptoms How bad it is What people are taking for it
Clonazepam, Diazepam
Nothing reported yet
Nothing reported yet
Nothing reported yet
Nothing reported yet

What do patients take to treat Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency and its symptoms?

No-data

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Who has Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency on PatientsLikeMe?

  • 6 patients have this condition
  • 0 new patients joined this month
  • 2 say LH deficiency is their primary condition

Age
Age Proportion # of patients
<20 0
20s 0
30s 2
40s 0
50s 3
60s 0
70+ 0

Gender

Distribution of females vs. males

20% Females
80% Males
Age at first symptom
Age at first symptom Proportion # of patients
0-19 years 0
20-29 years 0
30-39 years 0
40-49 years 2
50-59 years 0
60-69 years 0
70+ years 0

Diagnosis status
Diagnosis status Proportion # of patients
Diagnosed 2
Not Diagnosed 0

These charts show data from LH deficiency patients who have completed their condition history
Last updated:
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