The TSH, Pregnancy test contains 1 test with 1 biomarker.
This test is not used to determine pregnancy, it is a TSH test that provides reference ranges for patients that are pregnant. The correct test to determine pregnancy is hCG, Total, Qualitative #8435
TSH levels are lower during pregnancy, especially during the 1st trimester. Based on recent clinical studies which have shown that even mildly elevated TSH during pregnancy is associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes, the American Thyroid Association has released clinical guidelines which recommend the use of assay-specific and trimester-specific reference intervals.