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Vagina Day. Female Reproduction. Puberty. Breast Development Hair Development Underarms On legs Pubic region Menstrual cycle Irregular to begin After 2 years, becomes regular (every 28 days). At 8: Pituitary gland Increases production of FSH Follicle Stimulating Hormone.

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vagina day

Vagina Day

Female Reproduction

puberty
Puberty
  • Breast Development
  • Hair Development
    • Underarms
    • On legs
    • Pubic region
  • Menstrual cycle
    • Irregular to begin
    • After 2 years, becomes regular (every 28 days)

At 8:

Pituitary gland

Increases production of FSH

Follicle Stimulating Hormone

external reproductive organs
External Reproductive Organs
  • Called the Vulva
  • Mons veneris – fatty tissue covering front of pubic bone
  • Labia majora – heavy folds of skin that surround the opening of vagina
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Labia minora- smaller folds of skin within the labia majora

  • Clitoris – highly sensitive structure located above the opening of urethra
internal reproductive organs
Internal Reproductive Organs
  • Ovaries (2) – release estrogen and progesterone and mature egg cells.
  • Fallopian tubes (2) – oviducts that carry eggs.

Where fertilization occurs.

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Uterus – muscular pear shaped organ, where fertilized egg grows into a baby.

  • Cervix – base of the uterus.
  • Vagina – birth canal. Also where sperm enter.
menstrual cycle
Menstrual Cycle
  • A monthly series of changes that involve ovulation, changes in the uterine lining, and menstruation.
  • Characteristics:
    • Begins when egg matures. At the same time the
    • Lining of the uterus (endometrium) thickens.
    • Menstruation - discharge of blood and tissue if trhe egg is not fertilized.
stages of the cycle
Stages of the cycle
  • Days 1 – 5 Menstrual flow leaves body. New ovum maturing in ovary
  • Days 6 – 12 Endometrium thickens.
  • Days 13 – 14 Ovulation

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Days 15 – 20 The corpus luteumis formed (temporary gland that secretes progesterone) from the burst follicle.

  • Days 21-28 The corpus luteum disintegrates if unfertilized. No more progesterone is secreted.