Since we have members on this site that live outside the United States (where we use mg, pg, etc instead of mmol,micromoles, etc), we are providing a way to convert units so that blood work can make more sense to all members regarless of country. The coversion factors depend on the compound (molecular weights differ).
Find below a chemical conversion table containing chemical compounds with factors for conversion from conventional to SI units as well as a calculator for conversions of all listed chemicals and substances. The calculation refers to the units indicated in the table. No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information.
Here is a pretty cool slide rule to compare units:
Another great calculator for any hormone
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