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In AIS(androgen insensitivity syndrome) you see high testosterone level why?
Bc it cannot bind to ant. pit and hypothalamus and exert negative feedback
Where is testosterone produced in females?
What supresses secretion of FSH and LH during pregnancy?
Estrogen and progesterone
Lactogen has similar actions to what?
What is the relationship of estrogen and progesterone and prolactin?
- increase prolactin secretion
- block its action on breat
- after partuition, estrogen and prog. drop, lactation
- prolactin inhibits action of GnRH and FSH and LH..no menstruation
Estrogen surge is caused by what cells?
Vit D deficiency causes what?
What blocks Carbonic Anhydrase?
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