A normal menstrual cycle is important for conception. The monthly menstrual cycle refers to the maturation and release of a single egg (oocyte), and to the preparation of the uterus to receive the fertilized egg (embryo). The hormones released during the menstrual cycle control the events that lead to conception. On the first day of the cycle, when menstruation (your period) begins, the uterus sheds its lining along with the unfertilized egg from the previous cycle. A typical cycle lasts for about 28 days (± 3-4 days) and is divided into three phases.
MENSTRUAL CYCLE, Follicular Phase, Ovulatory Phase, Luteal Phase, Fertilisation, Implantation
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