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ea0041ep684 | Female Reproduction | ECE2016

Usefulness of dynamic Tsh evaluation for diagnosis of subclinical hypothyroidism in luteal deficiency

Mancini Antonio , Giacchi Elena , Saporosi Aurora , Olivieri Giulio , Di Segni Chantal , Marana Riccardo , Pontecorvi Alfredo

Introduction: It is known that thyroid disorders can influence menstrual cycle, but subclinical hypothyroidism (SH), as cause of ovulation disorders and luteal deficiency (LD) in particular,is underestimated. Monitoring womenÂ’s cycles, according to the Billings Ovulation Method (BOM), can allow a precise timing for hormonal evaluation and diagnose LD. Usually, a basal TSH value of 2.5 mg/ml is considered as cut-off for a good luteal function, but alone cannot identify all...