A link between PdG and pregnancy

A link between PdG and pregnancy   High PdG levels could indicate a successful pregnancy We came across a couple interesting articles looking at the link between elevated PdG levels and pregnancy outcome. The data suggest that in a successful pregnancy, PdG levels...

Progesterone support to prevent pregnancy loss

Progesterone support to prevent pregnancy loss Progesterone has a critical role in supporting fetal development. However, medical professionals have always debated if progesterone supplementation during early pregnancy would decrease the risks of early pregnancy loss....

Blood vs. Urine

“How do Proov tests compare to a progesterone blood test?” I get asked that question almost on a weekly basis. The simple answer is that blood progesterone levels and urine progesterone metabolite (PdG) levels correlate extremely well. The research is solid, but I...

What exactly is PdG and why do I need to test my levels?

What exactly is PdG and why do I need to test my levels? What exactly is PdG? Progesterone is the hormone released after ovulation and is required to reach certain levels in order to support a pregnancy. Pregnanediol, or PdG for short, is the main urine metabolite of...

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