E LEARNING VIDEO MENSTRUAL CYCLE



what are the phases of menstrual cycle wrt the hormonal changes involved in developing the egg the day count for menstrual cycle begins on the first day of menstruation when blood starts to come out of the vagina the length of menstrual cycle on an average is 28 days the entire duration of a menstrual cycle is divided into four main phases menstrual phase from day one to five follicular phase from day one to 13 halation phase day fourteen luteal phase from day 15 to 28 menstrual phase day one to five menstrual phase begins on the first day of menstruation and lasts till the fifth day of the menstrual cycle the following events that occur during this phase are the uterus sheds its inner lining of soft tissue and blood vessels which exits the body from the vagina in the form of menstrual fluid blood loss of ten milliliter 280 milliliter is considered normal you may experience abdominal cramps these cramps are caused by the contraction of the uterine and the abdominal muscles to expel the menstrual fluid Falak you'll erase day one to 13 this phase also begins on the first day of menstruation but it lasts till the thirteenth day of the menstrual cycle the events that occur during this phase are the pituitary gland secretes a hormone that stimulates the egg cells in the ovaries to grow one of these egg cells begins to mature in a sac like structure called follicle it takes 13 days for the xcel to reach maturity while the egg cells matures its follicle secretes a hormone that stimulates the uterus to develop a lining of blood vessels and soft tissue called endometrium ovulation phase day 14 on the fourteenth day of the cycle the pituitary gland secretes a hormone that causes the ovary to is the matured Excel the released Excel is swept into the fallopian tube by the Celia of the fimbriae fimbriae our finger-like projections located at the end of the fallopian tube close to the ovaries and Celia are slender hairlike projections on each fimbria luteal phase de 15 to 28 this phase begins on the 15th day and lasts till the end of the cycle the events that occur during this phase are the egg cell released during the ovulation phase stays in the fallopian tube for 24 hours if a sperm cell does not impregnate the egg cell within that time the Exile disintegrates the hormone that causes the uterus to retain its endometrium gets used up by the end of the menstrual cycle this causes the menstrual phase of the next cycle to begin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *