With PCOS, I would think they would also test Lh. Actually, most day <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>3</span>
panels include it anyway. One sign of
PCOS is chronically high levels of
Lh. I'm no expert, I just read way too much, lol.
Confirm the FSH # with your dr, too. While 9 is still considered in the normal range, 6 would be a lot better #. I bet it is 6 and not 9. CD4 is just fine for the b/w, sometimes CD3
is not possible, especially if it falls on a weekend. I did CD4, too.