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One year ago my FSH was 35 ( I am 55 years old) menopausal.  Today I just got my FSH it is 0.7 why the drop?  I am clotting and had a hysteroscopy (not hysterectomy) last week i am now told I need ablation.  My dr. has not gone over lab work yet as it just came in. Anyone know why My FSH would drop like that?
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Sorry you haven't heard back from anyone yet. What did your doctor say?  A drop in FSH often means ovaries aren't making eggs, pituitary gland isn't working properly, you are underweight, hypothalamus issues.  Those are the normal culprits of a drop in FSH.  Please give an update! Not ovulating due to age and whatnot could really be the case. https://medlineplus.gov/lab-tests/follicle-stimulating-hormone-fsh-levels-test/
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