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A 52-year-old female presents with a primary complaint of amenorrhea for the past 6 months. She also reports dyspareunia, recurrent headache, and infrequent episodes of night sweats. Diagnostic work-up reveals increased serum FSH levels. Which additional laboratory findings would most likely be seen in this patient?
Increased serum estradiol and decreased serum LH
Increased serum progesterone and increased serum LH
Decreased serum estradiol and increased serum LH
Decreased serum estradiol and increased serum progesterone
Decreased serum progesterone and increased serum testosterone
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