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Contraception
...  as well as those which could cost a considerable amount. Contraception could be classified into two: birth control and protection. Birth control, as the word suggests, is the control of the fertilization of the egg cell and the sperm cell resulting in pregnancy. Protection is for those who are not in a monogamous relationship, and for those who would also like to prevent the infection  ...

Menstrual Cycle
...  Of The Menstrual Cycle A normal menstrual cycle lasts from 3 to 7 days. Days 1 to 4 is the first phase of the menstrual cycle. Menstruation happens when the uterus releases blood to indicate that fertilization has not taken place. It is the body’s natural way of cleansing the uterine wall which would have been a place where fertilization occured. The unfertilized egg is also discharged  ...

Ovaries
...  of producing the hormone and, eventually, it will disappear. Due to the loss of hormones maintaining the lining of the uterus, the layer starts to shed off in the form of menstruation. However, if fertilization occurs, the placenta saves the function of the albicans and keeps the integrity of the uterus.  ...

Uterus
...  This is usually the part of the vagina through which the unfertilized egg cells travel through when a woman is ovulating, meaning she is producing eggs. These tubes are also the part where the fertilization of the egg cell by the male’s sperm cell happens. The uteri of women who are of birthing age go through a monthly cycle, called menstruation. In most, if not all, cultures, this  ...

Uterine Tubes
...  of the muscularis and the undulation of the cilia. The oocyte stays for four to five days on the fallopian tube. The tube’s outer layer is classified as a visceral peritoneum element. fertilization occurs when the oocyte meets with a spermatozoa. When the spermatozoa reaches the fallopian tube, fertilization occurs relatively fast. he zygote (which is now fertilized) will then  ...


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