Female sex cells
Length of the gestation period
After child birth
Point at which lactation occurs
Immature ova (oocytes)
At birth most females have at least 200,000 of these
When the ovum enters the uterine or fallopian tubes
Point at which fertilization occurs
Estrogen & progesterone
Primary female hormones
Intrauterine device (IUD), intravaginal ring, condom, diaphragm etc..
Cervical or vaginal cancer
Pap smear is used to detect what?
Excessive menstrual bleeding
STDs - syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV
Diseases that are transmitted primarily through sexual contact
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