Single luteal phase serum progesterone assay as an indicator of ovulation.

@article{Israel1972SingleLP,
  title={Single luteal phase serum progesterone assay as an indicator of ovulation.},
  author={R. K. Israel and Daniel R. Mishell and Sergio C. Stone and Ian H Thorneycroft and Dean L. Moyer},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1972},
  volume={112 8},
  pages={1043-6}
}
A study was undertaken to determine whether solitary progesterone as says performed on serum samples obtained in the midluteal phase would provide the clinician with a convenient indicator that ovulation had occurred in that cycle. After a normal luteal-phase range was establish ed, single luteal-phase serum progesterone sampling was performed in 51 infertile women with regular menses and 35 oligomenorrheic women undergoing clomiphene citrate therapy. In the follicular phase of the cycle… CONTINUE READING