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The levels of gonadotropins fall during secretory phase of menstrual cycle. What could be the reason?

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Developing follicles secrete estrogens
Degeneration of endometrium inhibits release of GnRH
High levels of progesterone and estrogen inhibit GnRH
Uterine changes induce secretion of pituitary

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During the luteal phase (secretory phase) the raising levels of progesterone and estrogen inhibit GnRH and the gonadotropins secretion.

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