Describe what happens to the egg during the menstrual cycle on day 14?"
The menstrual cycle is the whole reproductive cycle, I think maybe you mean the menstrual phase. The first day of menstruation is day one of your menstrual cycle, ovulation typically occurs around 14 days into the menstrual cycle - although everyone is different.
Menstrual cycle refers to your entire reproductive cycle, so you would always conceive during your menstrual cycle. If you're asking if you can conceive the first day after menstruation then the answer is yes, there may be an egg present that early in your menstrual cycle.
Ovulation occurs on the 14th day out of the 28 day cycle.
No. The egg disintegrates before the menstrual period.
The menstrual cycle is where the woman release an egg. If the egg is fertilized, she will become pregnant and produce a child. The menstrual cycle is important for human reproduction.
Typically on day 14 of the menstrual cycle is when ovulation occurs - when an egg is released from the ovary. However everyone's menstrual cycles are different, if the cycle is longer it's likely ovulation occurs far later in the cycle than this.
Normally on day 14 Have a look at the link below (the menstrual cycle) to get a clearer picture of what is happening.
If the egg is fertilized and results in pregnancy then the menstrual cycle stops. The menstrual cycle exists to allow pregnancy to occur, so when pregnant no need for it to continue.
1 your uterus wall builds up for an egg to be planted 2 your egg travels from your ovary down the Fallopian Tube into the upper part of the uterus 3 when the egg isn't fertilised your uterus's wall of extra tissue breaks down and you'll bleed, this is a period