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menstrul cycle explained, detailed..

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by theedaddy77, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. theedaddy77

    theedaddy77 2+ Year Member

    May 9, 2008
    K it starts like this.....
    increase gnrh >>>>>> increase FSH = this increase causes the follicle to mature >>>>> when follicle is in process of mature secerets estrodiol which is estrogen which decreases FSH and increases LH>> LH weakens the walls of the follicle and releases the ovum (egg) and the follicle that was now ruptured is the corupus luteum>>>> At the point of the follicle bursting we switch from the follicle phase to the luteual phase >>> the corpus letuem makes estrogen and also PRogesterone both of which are used to make/sustain endometrium >>>> 2 things happen
    1. if girl gets knocked up
    the emborye makes hCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) which tells body that potentional baby is happining therefore hCG maintains the corpus luetum (acts like progesterone or estrogen) which sustains endomentrium.....
    2. if girl doesnt gets knocked
    the ovum does nothing, corpus letum breaks cause nothing is sustaining it and because of its break down progesterone and estrogen are gone so endometrium washes away....... :( but because of the fall of estrogen and progesterone we can start to increase the FSH and a new follicle is matrued.......

    Some other random concepts
    1. when the follicle burst and it release ovum it relases it into the body cavity which is the space form follice to follopian
    2. egg/sperm meet in follipian

    p.s if this was helpful hit me up if not please explain why... k seeya sdn
    p.s.s if i got something wrong hit me up and i will correct it
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2008
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  3. thebozz1975

    thebozz1975 5+ Year Member

    Oct 5, 2007
    You've probably oversimplified, but a pretty good summary.
  4. TarheelKid24

    TarheelKid24 2+ Year Member

    Jun 10, 2008
    Chapel Hill, NC
    If a girl becomes pregnant, I am pretty sure it is hCG that maintains the endometrium and not GnRH
  5. theedaddy77

    theedaddy77 2+ Year Member

    May 9, 2008
    yeah the person above me is right.....ill correct it..

    DRHOYA 2+ Year Member

    May 15, 2008
    A nice concise summary. :thumbup:
  7. sweetpea2

    sweetpea2 2+ Year Member

    Apr 21, 2008
    is this all the info. we need for the dat, or will they ask something even more specific than this? Just wondering, thanks
  8. theedaddy77

    theedaddy77 2+ Year Member

    May 9, 2008
    yeah of course cause bio is bio so there is a chance they would throw some wired **** but if you know that i think u can get all of it.

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