Very interesting.... I came across the old thread as I was researching High Inhibin A I am glad you made a new thread
(Yet one more thing for me to obsess over )
OK so for me here are my results:
1st Trimester NT Screen Results:
Free Beta hCG MoM - 1.2 or (60.74 ng/ml)
PAPP-A MoM - 0.57 or (1.17 miU/ml)
NT MoM - 0.13 Delta or (1.6)
2nd Trimester Quad Screening
AFP MoM - 0.74 or (29:28 IU/ml)
Free Beta hCG MoM - 1.24 or (12:32 ng/ml)
Inhibin A MoM - 4.56 or (782.32 pg/ml)
uE3 MoM- 0.81 or (4.344 nmol/L)
So based on the below theory I indicate
AFP is lower in female pregnancies; median of 0.89 MoM for a female fetus compared to 0.96 Mom for a male fetus.
Free b-hCG is higher in female pregnancies; median of 1.09 Mom for a female fetus compared to 0.79 MoM for a male fetus.
Inhibin A is higher in female pregnancies; median of 1.04 MoM compared to median of 0.93 MoM for a male fetus.
NT is lower in female pregnancies median of 0.99 MoM compared to a median of 1.04 for a male fetus
Papp-A (First Trimester) higher in female and (First Trimester) lower in male fetuses
PAPP-A (Second Trimester) lower in a Female fetus and Higher in a Male Fetus (couldn't find any MoM #'s only this will keep looking)
OK got the skinny on Papp-A still no MoM #'s but definitely a better idea of what to expect we need to know which trimester your Papp-A was done in 1st or second or both