Menstrual cycle and Ovulation

Menstruation is the cyclical, regular shedding of the uterine lining brought on by the interplay of hormones generated by the brain, pituitary, and ovaries. The follicular or proliferative phase and the luteal or secretory phase can be used to categorise the menstrual cycle. The length of a menstrual cycle is the number of days that pass between the first day of menstrual bleeding in one cycle to the beginning of menses in the following cycle. Ovulation occurs when an egg reaches maturity and leaves the ovary. The egg is subsequently sent to the fallopian tube, where it is fertilised. There is a strong probability to conceive, which results in the development of an embryo, if the sperms are present in the tube when the egg is expelled

Abnormal periods


Treatment of menstruation

Ovulation inhibition and induction.ic Nutrition


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