How do you convert nmol l to pg mL?

How do you convert nmol l to pg mL?

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  1. pg/mL = 169.204738 nmol/L.
  2. pg/mL = 338.409475 nmol/L.
  3. pg/mL = 507.614213 nmol/L.
  4. pg/mL = 676.818951 nmol/L.
  5. pg/mL = 846.023689 nmol/L.
  6. pg/mL = 1015.228426 nmol/L.
  7. pg/mL = 1184.433164 nmol/L.
  8. pg/mL = 1353.637902 nmol/L.

What units is estradiol measured in?

Results are given in picograms per milliliter (pg/mL). Normal levels for estradiol are: 30 to 400 pg/mL for premenopausal women. 0 to 30 pg/mL for postmenopausal women.

How do you convert pg/mL to pmol l?

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  1. pg/mL = 0.272405 pmol/L.
  2. pg/mL = 0.544811 pmol/L.
  3. pg/mL = 0.817216 pmol/L.
  4. pg/mL = 1.089621 pmol/L.
  5. pg/mL = 1.362027 pmol/L.
  6. pg/mL = 1.634432 pmol/L.
  7. pg/mL = 1.906837 pmol/L.
  8. pg/mL = 2.179243 pmol/L.

How do I convert pmol to PG?

The mass of melatonin being 232 Da (wikipedia), a concentration of 1 pmol/l is equivalent to 0.232 pg/ml.

What is the difference between mIU L and uIU mL?

mIU/mL↔IU/L 1 mIU/mL = 1 IU/L. mIU/mL↔uIU/mL 1 mIU/mL = 1000 uIU/mL.

What are normal estradiol levels?

Normal levels for estradiol are: 1 30 to 400 pg/mL for premenopausal women 2 0 to 30 pg/mL for postmenopausal women 3 10 to 50 pg/mL for men

What do low estradiol levels mean?

Results are given in picograms per milliliter (pg/mL). Normal levels for estradiol are: If your results are lower, it may mean you have ovarian failure, also called early menopause, or low estrogen from rapid weight loss or anorexia.

What should my estradiol levels be to prevent bone loss?

(Note: generally, it is recommended that you raise estradiol levels to a minimum of 40 to 50 pg/mL to prevent bone loss, but 60 pg/mL or higher is optimal — with many specialists advocating levels of about 100 pg/mL for younger women. All measurements in table in pg/mL.)

How should I interpret my estradiol test results?

Here are some guidelines on interpreting your estradiol test results: #1 “Normal” estradiol Day 3 value — 25-75 pg/ml (stated levels may vary from lab to lab)