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Function of inhibin B

Inhibin B is a glycoprotein produced in the ovary (by follicular granulosa cells) that inhibits FSH secretion in the pituitary gland. Thus, if inhibin B levels are low, FSH hormone levels will increase.

Because ovarian reserve and inhibin B decrease with female age, inhibin B values below 35-45 pg/ml may be indicative of low ovarian reserve.

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Last Update: 03/08/2022