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Perimenopause

by Lynae Brayboy, MD
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    The lecture Perimenopause by Lynae Brayboy, MD is from the course Menopause.


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    1. At mid gestation
    2. At early gestational period
    3. At birth
    4. At puberty
    5. At reproductive age
    1. Testosterone - decreases LH - increases FSH - increases Anti-mullerian hormone - Decreases Inhibin - decreases
    2. Testosterone - Increases LH - increases FSH - increases Anti-mullerian hormone - Decreases Inhibin - decreases
    3. Testosterone - decreases LH - decreases FSH - decreases Anti-mullerian hormone - Increases Inhibin - increases
    4. Testosterone - decreases LH - decreases FSH - decreases Anti-mullerian hormone - decreases Inhibin - increases
    5. Testosterone - decreases LH - increases FSH - increases Anti-mullerian hormone - Decreases Inhibin - Increases
    1. Explain the need to screen and monitor ovarian cancer.
    2. Explain that the profile matches a normal perimenopausal woman.
    3. Explain that the profile matches a normal postmenopausal woman.
    4. Explain that the profile matches a normally menstruating woman.
    5. Explain that the hormonal profile is inconclusive and is NOT the best way diagnose her condition.
    1. Follicular atresia causes an increase in estradiol production causing an increase in FSH.
    2. Oogenesis begins at 4 weeks of gestation and the number of oocytes decreases as age increases.
    3. The decrease in the anti-mullerian hormone increases the chances of twinning in pregnancy.
    4. Aging follicles decrease the amount of inhibin formation and cause an increase in the FSH.
    5. The decrease in the inhibitory factors causes an increase in the LH.
    1. ...12 months consecutively
    2. ...12 months intermittently.
    3. ...6 months consecutively.
    4. ...6 months intermittently.
    5. ...24 months intermittently.

    Author of lecture Perimenopause

     Lynae Brayboy, MD

    Lynae Brayboy, MD


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