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The contraceptive pill effects the entire menstrual cycle. The pill suppresses the menstrual cycle in order to prevent ovulation so that you cannot fall pregnant if you were to have sex.

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Ovulation is part of your menstrual cycle, the term 'menstrual cycle' refers to your entire reproductive cycle - I think you mean before or after menstruation. Ovulation usually occurs two weeks before menstruation, but as it's a CYCLE it will occur after menstruation too.

The blood that is shed during the menstrual cycle manifests itself as vaginal bleeding during a woman's menstrual cycle. It's part of the process of shedding the uterine lining, and can consist not only of blood, but also tissue.

The menstrual cycle comes about as a part of reproduction. The unfertilized egg is shed along with uterine lining as blood each month in a human female.

It is blood from the very small vessels of the endometrial uterine lining - which is shed monthly, as part of the menstrual cycle.

The menstrual cycle is the natural changes of the uterus and ovaries in the part of making sexual reproduction possible. The average length of each cycle is 28 days, divided into 2 parts (ovarian cycle and uterine cycle), each with 3 phases. The beginning of menstrual flow, or period, marks the end of one menstrual cycle and start of a new one.

Nothing can stop a menstrual cycle it is part of human nature. there is way to stop it from such a heavy flow. if you exercise and eat right, you will not flow so hard.

No, a bladder infection cannot delay your period.Menstruation is determined by your menstrual cycle, a domino affect of hormonal changes between your reproductive organs and your brain. Your bladder is a different part of your body and has no impact on your hormones or menstrual cycle, so an infection makes no difference.

The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, it is part of human reproduction because it is what allows for ovulation and pregnancy. Every cycle the woman produces an egg and the uterus lining plumps-up ready for pregnancy, if a woman doesn't get pregnant the uterus lining sheds to start anew.

Cannabis affects women in the part of the brain that controls hormone release. It is by these hormones that the menstrual cycle is controlled. The concept is that females who smoke or use cannabis regularly cause their hormones to become depressed also producing a raised in testosterone level and therefore experience irregularity in their menstrual cycle. Even though this effect may be reversible, it may take several months of no marijuana use before the menstrual cycles become normal again.

You can't force your menstrual phase to start, it will only start when it is due to start.Menstruation is part of your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your reproductive organs, you can't speed-up your cycle or skip phases of your cycle to make your period come sooner than it is due to start.

it is part of the menstrual cycle it is where a female bleeds from her vagina once a month as a sperm has not gone into her egg

The monthly cycle of changes in the ovaries and the lining of the uterus (endometrium), starting with the preparation of an egg for fertilization. When the follicle of the prepared egg in the ovary breaks, it is released for fertilization and ovulation occurs. Unless pregnancy occurs, the cycle ends with the shedding of part of the endometrium, which is menstruation. Although it is actually the end of the physical cycle, the first day of menstrual bleeding is designated as "day 1" of the menstrual cycle in medical parlance.

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

Women have menstrual periods because this is a part of our reproductive cycle. Every cycle we ovulate and the uterus builds-up to prepare for possible pregnancy to care for the fetus, if a woman doesn't fall pregnant then the uterus lining sheds so it can start a fresh next cycle.

The menstrual cycle is a normal part of female health. It should not be prevented. The best way to prevent it is to get a hysterectomy and remove the female organs. Otherwise, you need to let your body proceed naturally for optimum health and development.

her internal organs wich are far more complicated than the male counterpart.

It is part of the menstrual cycle when the lining is getting thicker prior to menses. Normal in a nutshell. A pathology terminology.

Not uncommon during part of the menstrual cycle - its your hormones.

There is no such pill. Your period is part of your menstrual cycle, you cannot speed-up your cycle or skip phases of your cycle to make your period start earlier than it is due.

You can't get your period faster than when it is due. Menstruation is part of your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes that cannot be sped-up, nor can you skip phases of your menstrual cycle to force your period to start before it's due.

After having the Mierna removed you may have had a withdrawal bleed, not necessarily menstruation as part of a menstrual cycle. Upon coming off hormonal birth control it is normal to have irregular cycles for up to 12 months while your body regulates itself, a few months without a period is normal but if concerned after three months talk to your doctor.

No, it is not possible to be allergic to the 'menstrual hormones'. If you are female then those hormones are present throughout your menstrual cycle so if you were allergic you'd see symptoms at all times. These are natural hormones and part of your body, you can't be allergic to yourself.

Menstruation is the shedding of tissue and blood from the lining of the womb that occurs at the beginning of menstrual cycle. Menstrual cycle is the series of changes a woman's body goes through to prepare for a pregnancy. Ovulation is a part of menstrual cycle when a mature egg is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube and is available to be fertilized. If you have intercourse during ovulation you can get pregnant. So, fertilization means that sperm has gotten to and entered the mature egg.

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