The effects of the luteinising hormone, better known as LH, occur mainly in the first 14 days of the menstrual cycle of the woman, there is a maximum LH peak on day 14.
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There are some risks of using the luteinising hormone as a medicine in assisted reproduction. Even though it is a safe medicine, it is advisable to know the alterations that may occur.
The luteinising hormone (LH) is a sex hormone, it is naturally produced in the woman and it is in charge of controling ovarian cycle, its main action is performed in the first half of the menstrual cycle.
The luteinising hormone is a type of gonadotropin hormone. It is secreted by the pituitary gland thanks to GnRH action and it is one of the responsibles for regulating woman’s reproductive cycle.