acetylmandarin

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When I answered this question, I thought of how estrogen and progesterone will act in tandem to negatively feedback on the anterior pituitary, thus inhibiting LH and FSH production, and as a result, inhibiting menstruation. I just remembered this from female reproductive anatomy. Do they act differently when not assumed to be together?
 

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D is out because prolactin is needed for lactation. A and B are pretty similar and are a result of menopause. Hormone therapy is used to avoid A & B. Just think of what happens when pre-pubescent girls just start puberty (increased sex hormones). This leaves C as the best answer.
 
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D is out because prolactin is needed for lactation. A and B are pretty similar and are a result of menopause. Hormone therapy is used to avoid A & B. Just think of what happens when pre-pubescent girls just start puberty (increased sex hormones). This leaves C as the best answer.
Thanks!
 
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