Urofollitropin is a gonadotropin mainly used in the detection and diagnosis
of ovarian function during women's reproductive period. Urofollitropin is a
protein hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary gland. Its main function in
women is to promote the development and maturation of follicles. Urofollitropin
testing can help doctors determine whether a woman's ovaries are functioning
normally and whether there is a fertility problem. Usually, a urine sample is
taken one or two days before a woman's ovulation period, and the development of
follicles can be judged by detecting the level of Urofollitropin in the urine.
For the examination of female infertility, Urofollitropin can be used in
conjunction with other examination methods for more accurate diagnosis and
When using Urofollitropin, you need to pay attention to the following
A fasting state of at least 4 hours is required before urine
When collecting urine, avoid contact with water or other liquids, so as not
to affect the test results.
After the urine is collected, it should be sent to the testing institution
for testing in time.
For pregnant or lactating women, Urofollitropin detection may be affected
and needs to be checked under the guidance of a doctor.
The Urofollitropin test results need to be interpreted under the guidance
of a doctor and combined with other test results for a comprehensive
Urofollitropin can be used under the guidance of a doctor for the detection
and diagnosis of ovarian function during female childbearing. If you need to use
Urofollitropin, be sure to do so under the guidance of your doctor.