Dr. Berga explains if hormone levels are the same for all women.
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It depends on what you’re talking about. So in reproductive life, the amount of hormones produced in a normal menstrual cycle is roughly the same from woman to woman. If a woman doesn’t have menstrual cycles, she may actually have lower hormone levels or higher hormone levels than someone else. So people who routinely don’t have menstrual cycles because they have a hormone don’t have the same hormone levels as everybody else. But an ovulatory cycle one in which you can get pregnant, that is pretty standard.
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