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A 34-year-old woman presents to her OB/GYN with complaints of missing her last 3 periods as well as intermittent spontaneous milky-white nipple discharge bilaterally for the past 3 months. Vital signs are stable and within normal limits. Neurologic examination is without abnormality, including normal visual fields. Serology and MRI of the brain are ordered, with results pending. Which of the following sets of laboratory results would be expected in this patient?
Decreased prolactin, decreased FSH, decreased LH
Decreased prolactin, increased FSH, increased LH
Increased prolactin, decreased FSH, increased LH
Increased prolactin, decreased FSH, decreased LH
Increased prolactin, increased FSH, increased LH
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