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mountaindew2006

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ok..i've been studying for about 8 hours straight so my eyes may be a little off.. However, if one is to look at the 2004 edition of First Aid it seems as though the diagram indicates that LH>FSH in the proliferative phase.

However, I'm fairly certain after having read my class notes that the FSH>LH during the early follicular, then FSH=LH right around mid follicular, the late follicular the LH>FSH and it stays that way for the rest of the time til the new cycle ???

just thought i'd share...
 

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Yeah, after looking that over, it appears their graph is screwed up. You have the right idea, and honestly, the FSH/LH ratio is pretty close to 1:1 the whole way through (except for mid-cycle), but FSH > LH in proliferative and FSH < LH in secretory. FA has it reversed in the graph.
 
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