07 Nov The FEMALE reproductive system
Now on to the female reproductive system. Okay, here we go. The female reproductive system contains the ovaries, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes and vagina (yeah, there’s other stuff, but don’t worry about it for now… just say vagina, vagina, vagina three times fast).
Each month, a woman releases an egg from one of her ovaries—this is called ovulation! The egg travels through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus. The uterus is the place inside a female where a baby grows and develops. Each month a lining of blood accumulates in the uterus, waiting for a fertilized egg to attached itself and grow. The blood helps to keep the fertilized egg warm.
If an egg is not fertilized by the male’s sperm, then it is released from the body via the cervix and out of the vagina, along with all the blood lining the uterus. That flow of blood is called menstruation. Or a “period.” However you want to say it, say it three times fast. Then read on.
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