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are you on hormones?
do you still have ovaries?
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As weird as it sounds, I think you might have had a surge in hormones
That is the only explanation for this
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It is just like thyroid.
Sometimes patients who have low to zero thyroid function will get a surge of thyroid hormone and you have to adjust their meds
This can happen with the ovaries too.
The cells start working again briefly for no good reason
I'm guessing it will pass in a few days.