What is the human menopause gonadotropin test?
In patients with negative progestin and estrogen tests, the human menopausal gonadotropin test can be performed to further understand whether ovarian dysfunction is caused by the ovaries themselves or by the hypothalamic-pituitary gland. The method is to inject 150 units of human gonadotropin intramusculately every day for 4-6 days.
Before the use of drugs to do a vaginal abscission cell smear and type of ultrasound examination, understand the basic situation of ovarian function. Daily reexamination of vaginal exfoliated cells, cervical and cervical mucous changes, and type I ultrasonic examination were conducted to observe follicular development and whether follicular growth, maturation and estrogen level rise were observed.
If there is no response, it indicates that the cause of the disease is in the ovary itself, and if there is a response, the cause is in the pituitary gland or above. Before medication and injection of gonadotropin after the last time to take the morning venous blood, serum estradiol measurement for comparison, also has a certain reference value.