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How does FSH reach the ovaries?

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Dr. Paul Kaplowitz
44 years experience in Pediatric Endocrinology
In the blood: FSH is made in the pituitary gland, released into the blood and carried to the ovaries where it is needed for development of follicles into mature egg cells
Answered on Oct 25, 2015

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