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A 42-year-old female asked:

42 years - amenorrhea 6 months recent labs: tsh 3.2 fsh 8.3 iu/l lh 7.7 iu/l estradiol 15.7 pg/ml progesterone 0.170 ng/ml amh 2.41 ng/ml dhsa 148.0 ug/dl shbg 56.2 nmol/l what do these results indicate about the possible cause of my absent period?

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Dr. Ralph Boling
Obstetrics and Gynecology 40 years experience
Possible: polycystic ovarian syndrome, insulin resistance, caused by carbohydrate sensitivity. Discuss with your doctor, as further testing could be helpful. The use of medication to prevent the uterine lining from building up, should be considered as well.

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