Female Reproductive Life Cycle

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Puberty: is when reproduction becomes possible & other events such as breast development , growth of pubic & axillary's hair , & menstruation occur

puberty

Menopause: “climacteric” is the time in most women's lives when menstrual period stop permanently, and they are no longer able to bear children

menopause

Under the influence of the ______ which induces (GnRH) gonadotrophin releasing hormone, the anterior pituitary gland secretes 2 gonadotrophins hormonse: 1. Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). 2. Luteinising hormone (LH).

hypothalamus

The level of FSH rises in the 1st half of cycle & when the ______ level reaches a certain point its production stopped.

estrogen

______: Causes several Graafian follicles to develop & enlarge one of them more than the other.

FSH

During the female reproductive years, cyclic changes occur in the ovaries which is called ovarian cycle & uterus is called menstrual or endometrial cycle

True

The anterior pituitary gland secretes two gonadotrophins hormones: Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and Luteinising hormone (LH)

True

Luteinising hormone (LH) is responsible for the release of an ovum during ovulation

True

The level of FSH rises in the 1st half of the cycle and when the estrogen level reaches a certain point its production stopped

True

The menstrual period stops permanently and women are no longer able to bear children at the time known as menopause

True

FSH is the hormone responsible for the release of an ovum during ovulation

False

The menstrual or endometrial cycle occurs in the ovaries

False

The anterior pituitary gland secretes three gonadotrophins hormones: FSH, LH, and GnRH

False

The level of LH rises in the first half of the cycle

False

The Corpus Luteum produces both estrogen and progesterone

True

Explore the stages of a woman's reproductive life, from puberty to menopause, and the changes that occur during this period. Learn about the endocrine system's role in regulating the reproductive cycle.

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