The Progesterone unit converter calculator is used to convert progesterone concentration between the units: nmol/L and ng/mL (μg/L). Due to the fact that laboratories issue results in different units – sometimes it is necessary to convert progesterone concentration between concentration units. For this purpose, I have developed the following calculator.

## Progesterone unit converter calculator- calculate it!

Below I present a calculator that allows you to convert the units of progesterone concentration. To do this, enter the concentration value in the appropriate window, then select the concentration. The calculator converts the concentration into the available units. It is necessary to click the “CALCULATE” button.

### Progesterone Converter Calculator

The calculator below is used to convert progesterone concentration between units: nmol/L, ng/mL, and μg/L.

## Progesterone converter calculator – formulas

If you want to calculate your progesterone concentration yourself – please use the formulas below. Additionally, under each formula, I put an example of calculations.

### Convert progesterone concentration from nmol/L to ng/mL:

`nmol/L x 0.314 = ng/mL (μg/L)`

Example: 201 nmol/L x 0.314 = 63.11 ng/mL (μg/L)

### Calculation of progesterone concentration from ng/mL to nmol/L:

`ng/mL x 3.18 = nmol/L`

Example: 23.12 ng/mL x 3.18 = 73.5 nmol/L

### Convert progesterone concentration from ng/mL to μg/L:

`ng/mL = μg/L`

Example: 28.5 ng/mL = 28.5 μg/L

## Other calculators

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**Disclaimer**: This page is for informational purposes only. Conversion rates have been compiled based on publicly available information. All information should be confirmed and verified. The data on the site is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Any information, result, conversion should be consulted with a doctor.

Greetings

Please why multiply nmol/L by 0.314??

201nmol/L x 0,314

IT’s the same:

201 / 3,18