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ovarian cycle
1. development of a vesicular follicle
2. ovulation
3. development of corpus luteum
uterine cycle
28 day cycle of hormone reactions
menstruation
blood vessels rupture because of low levels of hormone
Ovarian Cycle
- follicular phase
1-13 days
1. FSH secretion begins
2. follicle masturation occurs
3. estrogen secretion is prominent
Ovarian Cycle
- ovulation
day 14
1. LH spike occurs
Ovarian Cycle
- luteal phase
days 15-28
1. LH secretion occurs
2. corpus leteum forms
3. progesterone secretion is prominent
Uterine Cycle
- menstruation
days 1-5
1. lining breaks down
Uterine Cycle
- proliferative phase
days 6-13
1. lining rebuilds
Uterine Cycle
- secretory phase
days 15-28
lining thickens, and glands are secretory
human chorionic gonadortopin (HCG)
maintains the corpus luteum in the ovary until the placenta begins its own production of progestrerone and estrogen
menopause
when the ovarian and uterine cycle quit; between ages 45-55