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health female Atonam

female reproductive atonamy

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ovum about the size of a pencil point, the female is born these and upon puberty will begin to release one at a time.
Ovary Storage area for eggs; 400-500 will ripen and release over a women's lifetime.
uterus Sometimes called the womb, this fist size thick muscular organ is where a baby will grow and from with menstruation occurs
cervix mucus membrane at the base of the uterus which coats the vagina to help cleanse, and prepare for sexual intercourse, and the birth of a baby. common place for infection
vagina 3 to 4 inch muscular tube which can expand quite well for the birth of the baby or for sexual intercourse
hymen this piece of tissue present at birth which partially covers the opening to the vagina
Inner and outer labia folds of tissue which help protect the female's reproductive organs.
bladder where urine is stored
Clitoris sexually sensitive piece of tissue in the female
Anus external opening of the rectum
Fallopian tube passage way for egg from storage to uterus. It is lined with cilia
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