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1st trimester: 10-44 ng/mL. 2nd trimester: 19.5-82.5 ng/mL. 3rd trimester: 65-290 ng/mL. Progesterone levels after the menopause. Progesterone levels in women after the menopause should be the same as during the first phase of the menstrual cycle. If you have passed the menopause, you may show symptoms of high progesterone if you have lab readings above 1 ng/mL. Well, the same day as the last negative test, I went to get bloodwork done--and that bloodwork confirmed my progesterone levels were high enough that I had ovulated, AND high enough that, according to the literature included with the at-home tests, I should have received a positive result on those at-home tests.