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nbme16/Block 4/Question#50 (6.3 difficulty score)
A 35-year-old woman participates in a study ...
Day 12🔍
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Since she has regular 28-day cycles, ovulation will happen on day 14. In the follicular phase before ovulation, estrogen rises to the point of the LH surge while progesterone stays low. After ovulation on day 14, progesterone rises and estrogen will gradually rise as well.

nbmeanswersownersucks  I feel like Day 6 is correct as well because estradiol levels would be elevated and progesterone decreased too. +5  
feochromocytoma  Nice username, and I agree +