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Duphaston
...  of a woman’s uterus, which is quintessential for pregnancy. The average body produces progesterone during certain times of the month, which makes the uterus more hospitable to a fertilized embryo. Whenever no embryo develops, the progesterone levels drop and the body begins to shed the lining of the uterus, which will result in a menstrual period. Whenever one chooses to buy generic  ...

Abortion
...  only 7 weeks after the woman’s last menstrual period. What happens during this process is that a long, thin tube is inserted into the uterus, and then a large syringe is attached so that the embryo is suctioned out easily and instantly. The other type of abortion procedure is the suction curettage, and is done between 6 to 14 weeks after the last menstrual period. This procedure is  ...

Menstrual Cycle
...  travels to the fallopian tube where it will be fertilized by a sperm. When this happens, pregnancy takes place. The fertilized egg will then embed itself on the uterine walls and develops into an embryo. Ovulation usually takes 48 hours and some women feel some sensation or pain in their abdomen. In between day 15 to 26, the luteal or secretory phase happens. This is the body’s  ...

Uterine Tubes
...  spermatozoa reaches the fallopian tube, fertilization occurs relatively fast. he zygote (which is now fertilized) will then move to be implanted to the uterus. A fertilized zygote or a developing embryo is also called a blastocyst. In the event that the blastocyst gets implanted in the fallopian tube and not in the uterus, an atopic pregnancy would occur which must be corrected by removing it  ...


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